Hon. Nathaniel M. Cousins (N.D.Cal.)
A seemingly very bias judge, operates as if without any accountability. He is a good example of how a judge shouldn’t be.
Civil Litigation - Private - (10/18/2019 9:29:39 PM)
Hon. Gene E.K. Pratter (E.D.Pa.)
Outstanding judge, especially in complex cases.
Criminal Defense Lawyer - (10/17/2019 7:22:38 PM)
Hon. Gary S. Feinerman (N.D.Ill.)
Extraordinarily intelligent and extraordinarily thoughtful jurist. A star of the bench.
Civil Litigation - Private - (10/17/2019 7:21:03 PM)
Hon. Colleen McMahon (S.D.N.Y.)
Based on a decision I received from her, she is a black-child-rape facilitator. She does not follow the rule of law and based on her treatment of my complaint concerning the rape of my children, she is an emotional savage. My name is Cheryl D. Uzamere, and you can tell her what I said.
Litigant - (10/17/2019 4:50:04 PM)
Hon. Nathaniel M. Cousins (N.D.Cal.)
This Judge sides with defendants in civil litigation especially if plaintiff counsel is not wasp or a small firm. He will outwardly ignore facts if it is in his interest when he makes his predetermined decisions. He will unfairly set deadline dates that work against the plaintiff. If you are a civil litigate keep your case away from his bias bench. I personally took the time to sit in on 14 cases with him presiding.
Civil Litigation - Private - (10/17/2019 11:09:44 AM)
Hon. Charles F. Eick (C.D.Cal.)
I had Judge Eick for a settlement conference in a civil rights case gone ugly. In the first interactive part of the conference, he addressed both sides from the bench and was not shy about calling out defects in the parties’ cases (in very thoughtful ways). He’ll actually ask a party “what witnesses do you have in-hand to put before a jury to refute/prove XYZ?” And when he gets a nonsense answer, he points it out. It successfully got one unrealistic party with a difficult personality to come down from outer space on a demand. Didn’t settle, but he really tried.
Civil Litigation - Govt. - (10/15/2019 11:44:58 PM)
Hon. Katharine H. Parker (S.D.N.Y.)
When Defense attorneys show up in her court room they should just go sit next her and not sit at the defendants table. She rules their way and grants every Defendant request regardless.
Other - (10/15/2019 10:12:10 AM)
Hon. Katharine H. Parker (S.D.N.Y.)
It is one thing to battle your adversary but another to have a judge advocate for your opponent. That is unfortunately what the plaintiffs' bar face when they appear before this judge. A true disappointment.
Civil Litigation - Private - (10/15/2019 9:23:30 AM)
Hon. Lorna G. Schofield (S.D.N.Y.)
Judge Schofield is a very intelligent, fair, and rational judge. Her rulings are grounded in case law, while understanding limitations of previous trials. She is able to hear all sides of a story, but always rules in favor of attorneys who are prepared and argue their case most effectively.
Court Staff - (10/13/2019 6:45:52 AM)
Hon. Charles P. Kocoras (N.D.Ill.)
a nitwit who dragged his feet on a foreclosure case with a deadbeat pro-se defendant from 2014 until now, who dumped the case on another judge. The only worse than him is Shadur, another prick. Both should be retired.
Civil Litigation - Private - (10/9/2019 4:16:03 PM)