The judicial wind blows cold in the Midwest
Posted by Ron Coleman on February 24, 2008
Decision of the Day — from the Seventh Circuit:
Plaintiffs have behaved like a pack of weasels and can’t expect any part of their tale be believed.
And stuff. Why do judges in my cases just shrug their shoulders over papers filled with lies and unprovable assertions? Has it just been the luck of the draw for 18 years?
Or should I move back to Chicago?
Hat tip to Ted Frank, and an unusually juicy Overlawyered “roundup” dated yesterday.