Hon. Deborah K. Chasanow (D.Md.)
A poor excuse of a human being pretending to be a judge. She is not honest and her "scholarship" is a bad joke. Unfortunately, the 4th Fed Cir. has her back and she's not going anywhere.
Civil Litigation - Private - (4/25/2019 3:18:31 AM)
Hon. Lois Bloom (E.D.N.Y.)
When I knew the honerable Lois Bloom, she was witty, intelligent, and a lot of fun. Anyone who disagrees has smegma on their faces. Hey there old friend.
Other - (4/24/2019 5:12:09 AM)
Hon. Harvey Bartle, III (E.D.Pa.)
The man is much more crooked than the day is long. Everyone who goes before his court pretty much knows it from their own experiences. Lies, carries extreme biases, ruins people's lives at any chance. A real creep.
Other - (4/23/2019 10:52:02 PM)
Hon. Katharine H. Parker (S.D.N.Y.)
Once again, the defense bars favorite judge decide in the employment context rules against the plaintiffs. Judge Parker doesn't even pretend to hide her disdain for plaintiffs cases anymore nor her proclivities based upon representing employers in employment cases. Read her decision in Delijanin v. Wolfgang's. If you are a plaintiff have a meritorious case and are assigned to Judge Parker run like hell because you have no shot.
Civil Litigation - Private - (4/23/2019 9:39:38 PM)
Hon. Gary R. Brown (E.D.N.Y.)
Judge Brown is a learned gentleman with a great judicial demeanor and temperament. He knows the discovery rules inside out and his rulings are fair. Unfortunately he is overburdened. He therefore makes it difficult to get discovery rulings and to a great degree leaves the case to the litigants. A determined discovery obstructionist can get away with a lot before Judge Brown.
Civil Litigation - Private - (4/23/2019 1:46:15 PM)
Hon. Jorge L. Alonso (N.D.Ill.)
I must have had judge Alonso's evil twin. It took him more than two years to render two decisions in an outstandingly straightforward case. Just about as lazy and disrespectful as he had can be of litigant's time, resources and stress. And I was the prevailing litigant....
Litigant - (4/22/2019 8:19:13 PM)
Hon. Ruben Castillo (N.D.Ill.)
Judge Castillo is very thorough in reviewing the record on dispositive motions. The opinions take awhile, but he seems very fair even when ruling against you.
Civil Litigation - Private - (4/22/2019 3:44:34 PM)
Hon. Frank H. Easterbrook (C.C.A)
Takes the case presented to him and manipulates the facts to into something unrecognizable to make the appellate law reflect the way he believes it should be.
Civil Litigation - Private - (4/22/2019 3:38:25 PM)
Hon. Roger T. Benitez (S.D.Cal.)
As a father and lawful firearm owner,I applaud His Honor for having the integrity and strength of character that it took to offer justice in the Duncan v Becerra case rather than permit the flagrantly despicable fad of oath-breaking which has led to a horrible erosion of the Constitution by political and or other gain-hungry jurists and legislators. Thank you, sir...on behalf of my daughter and myself.
Other - (4/21/2019 4:56:18 AM)
Hon. Roger T. Benitez (S.D.Cal.)
He who defense our constitution is my friend. He/she who doesn't is an enemy of the country
Other - (4/19/2019 10:08:40 PM)