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If you are an attorney or prospective client needing assistance from a legal brief writer, please contact me so we can discuss your case. The brief shown below was given the Hunton and Williams prize for the best brief written by a first-year law student at the University of Tennessee College of Law in 1995. A law partner at Skadden, Arps in Washington, D.C., said the brief was so good that he felt he could use it without any further research or editing on his part.

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BRIEF ON COUNTERFEIT MONEY ORDERS
BRIEF ON BANKING FRAUD
REPLY BRIEF ON TENNESSEE RULES FOR POST-JUDGMENT RELIEF
TENNESSEE COURT OF APPEALS DECISION HOLDING SUBSTANCE MATTERS OVER FORM
SECOND BRIEF ON CHILD SUPPORT AND UNCONSTITUTIONAL DEBTOR PRISONS
TENNESSEE COURT OF APPEALS DECISION WITH TIMID RESPONSE TO CHILD SUPPORT DEBTOR PRISONS ARGUMENT
SAMPLE INTERROGATORIES
MOTION TO AMEND JUDGMENT AND
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OUTLINE FOR New M&A VALUATION PRACTICE AREA FOR A LAW FIRM
Law Review Article:
AN EXPERT SYSTEM FOR CURTAILING ELECTRIC POWER
AN INVITATION FOR CLASS ACTION LAWYERS TO ENGAGE IN UNPROFESSIONAL CONDUCT
Law Review Article:
PROSECUTION OF OBSCENITY ON THE INTERNET

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1.	Priestley v. Astrue, No. 10-1113, No. 10-1160, No. 10-1176, UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FOURTH CIRCUIT, 2011 U.S. App. LEXIS 13824, March 23, 2011, Argued, July 7, 2011, Decided,  As Amended July 12, 2011.

OVERVIEW: Use for brief-writing services of out-of-state attorneys who were not admitted to practice in South Carolina did not constitute a "special circumstance" sufficient to deny reimbursement of fees under 28 U.S.C.S. § 2412(d)(1)(A) of the EAJA, as the EAJA did not condition reimbursement on whether an attorney was admitted.

CORE TERMS: attorneys fees, social security, vice, hac, local rules, reimbursement, appearance, out-of-state, special circumstance, disability ...

... limited," ante at 11, i.e., as mere brief writers or something other than lawyers, once again  ...
... content to be mere behind-the-scene brief writers, who did not actually represent the Plaintiffs.  ... 	
	Positive treatment is indicated. Click to Shepardize®	2.	Pardo-Kronemann v. Donovan, No. 08-5155, UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CIRCUIT, 601 F.3d 599; 390 U.S. App. D.C. 178; 2010 U.S. App. LEXIS 7850; 108 Fair Empl. Prac. Cas. (BNA) 1734; 93 Empl. Prac. Dec. (CCH) P43,861, February 4, 2010, Argued, April 16, 2010, Decided

OVERVIEW: Where a HUD employee alleged that he was transferred to a non-legal position based on retaliation, his Title VII retaliatory transfer claim survived summary judgment because, inter alia, a reasonable jury to conclude that HUD transferred him not to make him happier and more productive, but in retaliation for his prior EEO activity.

CORE TERMS: adverse action, handbook, retaliation, reasonable jury, reassignment, baseline, legal work, summary judgment, discovery, job description ...

... The first sentence sets out what the brief writer perceives to be plaintiff's adverse action claim ( ... 	
		3.	Vonberckefeldt v. Astrue, 1:09cv1927 DLB, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA, 2011 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 76356, July 14, 2011, Decided, July 14, 2011, Filed

CORE TERMS: time spent, clerical, substantially justified, preparing, legal work, preparation, billed, excessive, local rules, signing ...

... check contents thereof." Mr. Wilborn, the actual brief writer, is being compensated for his review of  ...
... Wilborn. Again, as Mr. Wilborn is the brief writer, time spent for reviewing the responses is  ... 	
	Citing Refs. With Analysis Available. Click to Shepardize®	4.	McKenna v. City of Royal Oak, Case No. 04-74546, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN, SOUTHERN DIVISION, 2011 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 50585, May 11, 2011, Decided, May 11, 2011, Filed

CORE TERMS: hourly rates, expended, attorneys' fees, lodestar, limine, percentile, summary judgment, time records, remittitur, spent ...

... David Parker was the primary researcher and brief writer at the trial court and on appeal.  ... 	
	Citing Refs. With Analysis Available. Click to Shepardize®	5.	United States v. Sypher, CRIMINAL ACTION NO. 3:09-CR-00085, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY, 2011 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 36083, April 1, 2011, Decided, April 1, 2011, Filed

CORE TERMS: question of law, pending appeal, new trial, term of imprisonment, purposes of delay, reversal, phone calls, likely to result, trial counsel, reduced sentence ...

... makes such work appear to be the brief writer's own. The court also reminds counsel that  ... 	
	Citing Refs. With Analysis Available. Click to Shepardize®	6.	United States v. Fulks, CR No. 4:02-992-JFA, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 2011 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 3554, January 13, 2011, Decided, January 13, 2011, Filed

CORE TERMS: sexual abuse, declaration, amend, evidentiary hearing, sexual, murder, appointed, trial counsel, penalty phase, involvement ...

...  a reputation as an excellent researcher and brief writer. Shortly after Fulks's § 2255 petition was  ... 	
		7.	Dyer v. Astrue, CIVIL CASE NO. 2:09-cv-056, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA, BRYSON CITY DIVISION, 2010 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 135750; 160 Soc. Sec. Rep. Service 289, December 22, 2010, Decided, December 22, 2010, Filed

CORE TERMS: attorney fee, paralegal, hourly rate, per hour, Social Security, Justice Act, fee award, prevailing market rates, prevailing, past-due ...

... to have been serving merely as a brief-writer here since no brief was submitted by Plaintiff. Therefore, the Court  ... 	
	Citing Refs. With Analysis Available. Click to Shepardize®	8.	Sneed v. Astrue, CIVIL CASE NO. 1:09cv203, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA, ASHEVILLE DIVISION, 2010 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 135699; 160 Soc. Sec. Rep. Service 283, December 22, 2010, Decided, December 22, 2010, Filed

OVERVIEW: Claimant's request to award EAJA fees directly to counsel was denied without prejudice; while claimant and not counsel was "prevailing party" entitled to EAJA benefits, this did not divest Government of discretion to enter into direct payment arrangements where there was no debt to Government or where funds remained after satisfaction of such debt.

CORE TERMS: attorney's fees, Social Security Act, paralegal, vice, hac, Justice Act, offset, hourly rate, per hour, prevailing ...

... that rather than working solely as a brief-writer for admitted attorneys at their behest, he  ... 	
	Positive treatment is indicated. Click to Shepardize®	9.	McDonald v. Astrue, CIVIL CASE NO. 2:09cv027, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA, BRYSON CITY DIVISION, 2010 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 123816; 159 Soc. Sec. Rep. Service 321, November 22, 2010, Decided, November 22, 2010, Filed

OVERVIEW: Motion for attorney fees was granted because the claimant was a prevailing party and the manner of distribution proposed by the parties satisfied the court that the government would discharge its duty as to the determination in a timely manner, gives some effect to the assignment plaintiff voluntarily made, and was agreed to by both parties.

CORE TERMS: attorney's fees, claimant's, hourly rate, per hour, paralegal, Social Security Act, vice, hac, offset, fee award ...

... that rather than working solely as a brief-writer for admitted attorneys at their behest, he  ... 	
		10.	Hayes v. Astrue, CIVIL CASE NO. 2:08-cv-017, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA, BRYSON CITY DIVISION, 2010 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 110616; 158 Soc. Sec. Rep. Service 10, October 18, 2010, Decided, October 18, 2010, Filed

CORE TERMS: claimant's, attorneys' fees, vice, hac, Social Security Act, per hour, fee agreement, counsel of record, combined, paralegal ...

... that rather than working solely as a brief-writer for admitted attorneys at their behest, he  ... 	
	Positive treatment is indicated. Click to Shepardize®	11.	N'Jai v. Floyd, Civil Case No. 07-1506, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA, 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 114760, December 9, 2009, Decided, December 9, 2009, Filed, Writ of mandamus denied In re N'Jai, 2010 U.S. App. LEXIS 4935 (3d Cir. Pa., Mar. 9, 2010)Affirmed by N'Jai v. Floyd, 2010 U.S. App. LEXIS 13965 (3d Cir. Pa., July 8, 2010)

CORE TERMS: right to sue, notice, pro se, statute of limitations, retaliation, school district, time-barred, equitable tolling, Whistleblower Law, discrimination claims ...

... 62-9). She is a skilled legal brief writer and has handled some of her cases,  ... 	
	Citing Refs. With Analysis Available. Click to Shepardize®	12.	Howard v. United States, Civil No. 9-221-P-H,Crim. No. 5-13-P-H, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MAINE, 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 130199, October 20, 2009, Decided, October 20, 2009, Filed

CORE TERMS: sentencing, sentence, quantity, newly, discovered evidence, reduction, ineffective assistance, guilty plea, factfinder, guideline ...

... law student Nicole Wakely, accompanied by co-brief writer and certified law student Thomas Aliberti, both  ... 	
	Warning: Negative treatment is indicated. Click to Shepardize®	13.	County of L.A. v. New York Marine & Gen. Ins. Co., G038218, COURT OF APPEAL OF CALIFORNIA, FOURTH APPELLATE DISTRICT, DIVISION THREE, 2011 Cal. App. Unpub. LEXIS 2402, March 30, 2011, Filed,  NOT TO BE PUBLISHED IN OFFICIAL REPORTS. CALIFORNIA RULES OF COURT, RULE 8.1115(a), PROHIBITS COURTS AND PARTIES FROM CITING OR RELYING ON OPINIONS NOT CERTIFIED FOR PUBLICATION OR ORDERED PUBLISHED, EXCEPT AS SPECIFIED BY RULE 8.1115(b). THIS OPINION HAS NOT BEEN CERTIFIED FOR PUBLICATION OR ORDERED PUBLISHED FOR THE PURPOSES OF RULE 8.1115.

CORE TERMS: insurer, phase, coverage, deductible, earthquake, italics, auxiliary, courthouse, insurance plan, debris ...

...  CHARGED BY THE EXPERT. BUT WHEN THE WRITER OF THIS BRIEF SAYS THAT NO ONE TESTIFIED OR GAVE  ... 	
		14.	Anderson v. United States, Nos. 09-CF-1025 & 09-CF-1026, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA COURT OF APPEALS, 2011 D.C. App. LEXIS 376, June 14, 2011, Argued, July 14, 2011, Decided,  THIS OPINION IS SUBJECT TO FORMAL REVISION BEFORE PUBLICATION IN THE ATLANTIC AND MARYLAND REPORTERS. USERS ARE REQUESTED TO NOTIFY THE CLERK OF THE COURT OF ANY FORMAL ERRORS SO THAT CORRECTIONS MAY BE MADE BEFORE THE BOUND VOLUMES GO TO PRESS.

CORE TERMS: passenger, flight, fleeing, driver's, motor vehicle, law enforcement officer, aiding and abetting, aider and abettor, convicted, reckless ...

Presumably, the writer of the brief meant "the flight" rather than "the chase ... 	
	Positive treatment is indicated. Click to Shepardize®	15.	Liponis v. Bach, Docket No. 34713, 2010 Opinion No. 64, SUPREME COURT OF IDAHO, 149 Idaho 372; 234 P.3d 696; 2010 Ida. LEXIS 100, June 4, 2010, Filed,  Released for Publication July 30, 2010.Rehearing denied by Liponis v. Bach, 2010 Ida. LEXIS 149 (Idaho, July 26, 2010)

OVERVIEW: The Idaho Supreme Court would not consider the partner's claims on appeal because he failed to support them with relevant argument and authority and coherent thought. He did not cite any pertinent authority remotely related to his issues and failed to establish that the district court committed any error.

CORE TERMS: assignments of error, parcel, quiet, summary judgment, order granting, abuse of discretion, joint-venture, counterclaim, disqualify, quiet-title ...

... stage for Bach's arguments. "Because an appellate brief is a communication, the writer typically seeks to be understood, in order  ... 	
	Citing Refs. With Analysis Available. Click to Shepardize®	16.	San Román v. Children's Heart Ctr., Ltd., No. 1-09-1217, APPELLATE COURT OF ILLINOIS, FIRST DISTRICT, SIXTH DIVISION, 2010 Ill. App. LEXIS 1470, December 23, 2010, Opinion Filed,  Modified upon denial of rehearing June 30, 2011.

OVERVIEW: Trial court erred in the minor patient and father's medical malpractice case against the surgeon and medical center in allowing defense expert witness who had treated minor patient to testify; under an agreed order and Ill. Sup. Ct. R. 220, his role was limited to consulting for the defense, and the minor patient was prejudiced by his testimony.

CORE TERMS: patient's, doctor, discovery, defense counsel, agreed order, consultant, treating physician, defense attorney, consulting, communicate ...

... an invention of the San Románs' appellate brief writer. In denying the motion for a new  ... 	
	Caution: Possible negative treatment. Click to Shepardize®	17.	San Román v. Children's Heart Ctr., Ltd., 1-09-1217, APPELLATE COURT OF ILLINOIS, FIRST DISTRICT, SIXTH DIVISION, 2010 Ill. App. LEXIS 1400, December 23, 2010, Decided, Modified and rehearing denied by, Decision reached on appeal by San Román v. Children's Heart Ctr., Ltd., 2010 Ill. App. LEXIS 1470 (Ill. App. Ct. 1st Dist., Dec. 23, 2010)

OVERVIEW: Judge accurately concluded that the patient and his father consented to and waived a Petrillo objection, but had no basis for also concluding they consented to and waived objection to their physician's appearance as a defense expert witness. Thus, they were entitled to a new trial which did not include the consultant as a defense expert witness.

CORE TERMS: patient, discovery, doctor, defense counsel, consultant, agreed order, defense attorney, consulting, treating physician, communicate ...

... an invention of the San Romŕns' appellate brief writer. In denying the motion for a new  ... 	
	Citing Refs. With Analysis Available. Click to Shepardize®	18.	A.E. v. B.S., No. 80A02-0909-CV-905, COURT OF APPEALS OF INDIANA, 2010 Ind. App. Unpub. LEXIS 786, June 11, 2010, Decided, June 11, 2010, Filed,  PURSUANT TO INDIANA APPELLATE RULE 65(D), THIS MEMORANDUM DECISION SHALL NOT BE REGARDED AS PRECEDENT OR CITED BEFORE ANY COURT EXCEPT FOR THE PURPOSE OF ESTABLISHING THE DEFENSE OF RES JUDICATA, COLLATERAL ESTOPPEL, OR THE LAW OF THE CASE.

CORE TERMS: arrearage, child support, child support, emancipated, emancipation, child support, post-judgment, daughter, terminated, custody ...

... intelligent editing on the part of the brief-writer.'" Keeney v. State, 873 N.E.2d 187, 189-90 (Ind. Ct. App. 2007) ... 	
	Citing Refs. With Analysis Available. Click to Shepardize®	19.	Miller v. Review Bd. of the Ind. Dep't of Workforce Dev., No. 93A02-0901-EX-11, COURT OF APPEALS OF INDIANA, 2009 Ind. App. Unpub. LEXIS 1399, July 21, 2009, Decided, July 21, 2009, Filed,  PURSUANT TO INDIANA APPELLATE RULE 65(D), THIS MEMORANDUM DECISION SHALL NOT BE REGARDED AS PRECEDENT OR CITED BEFORE ANY COURT EXCEPT FOR THE PURPOSE OF ESTABLISHING THE DEFENSE OF RES JUDICATA, COLLATERAL ESTOPPEL, OR THE LAW OF THE CASE., Reported at Miller v. Review Bd., 910 N.E.2d 273, 2009 Ind. App. LEXIS 1792 (Ind. Ct. App., July 21, 2009)

CORE TERMS: appendix, reinstatement, telephone number, good cause, scheduled, notice, waived, notice of appeal, written request, acknowledgment ...

... intelligent editing on the part of the brief-writer. Inadequate briefing is not, as any thoughtful  ... 	
	Citation information available. Click to Shepardize®	20.	State v. Holland, Docket: Yor-08-311, SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT OF MAINE, 2009 ME 72; 976 A.2d 227; 2009 Me. LEXIS 76, April 30, 2009, Submitted On Briefs, July 21, 2009, Decided

OVERVIEW: As to defendant's conviction for criminal mischief, which involved cutting down a neighbor's trees, the trial court properly denied his request for a jury charge on the competing harms defense under Me. Rev. Stat. Ann. tit. 17-A, § 103(1) since there was no evidence that any person was at imminent risk of harm had he failed to cut down the trees.

CORE TERMS: juror, jury pool, venire, potential jurors', absolute disparity, distinctive group, underrepresentation, impartial, jury selection, jury duty ...

... Asst. Dist. Atty., Anne Marie Pazar, Contract Brief Writer, Alfred, Maine. ... 	
		21.	State v. St. Pierre, Docket No. Yor-10-269, SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT OF MAINE,  Mem 10-137;, 2010 Me. Unpub. LEXIS 145, November 17, 2010, Submitted on Briefs, December 7, 2010, Decided
... Lawrence, District Attorney, Anne Marie Pazar, Contract Brief Writer, Alfred, Maine.For Ryan St. Pierre: Eric  ... 	
	Caution: Possible negative treatment. Click to Shepardize®	22.	Dodson v. Pemiscot County Mem. Hosp., No. SD29227, COURT OF APPEALS OF MISSOURI, SOUTHERN DISTRICT, DIVISION ONE, 2009 Mo. App. LEXIS 1854; 15 Wage & Hour Cas. 2d (BNA) 1630, December 30, 2009, Opinion Filed,  NOT FINAL UNTIL EXPIRATION OF THE REHEARING PERIOD., Transferred by Dodson v. Pemiscot County Mem. Hosp., 2010 Mo. LEXIS 52 (Mo., Mar. 2, 2010)

OVERVIEW: Prevailing wage law, Mo. Rev. Stat. § 290.210, did not apply to work performed at a nursing home that included repainting resident rooms, corridors, and common areas and replacing sinks, vanities, and lavatories in resident rooms because such work constituted maintenance work, not construction work.

CORE TERMS: prevailing wage, summary judgment, nursing, repair, replacement, matter of law, public body, mechanic, asbestos, work performed ...

... intend to condone an unacceptable indifference many brief writers seem to display toward the rules that  ... 	
		23.	Bogdan v. Bogdan, DOCKET NO. A-6049-08T1, SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY, APPELLATE DIVISION, 2011 N.J. Super. Unpub. LEXIS 1186, April 13, 2011, Submitted, May 10, 2011, Decided,  NOT FOR PUBLICATION WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF THE APPELLATE DIVISION. PLEASE CONSULT NEW JERSEY RULE 1:36-3 FOR CITATION OF UNPUBLISHED OPINIONS.

CORE TERMS: alimony, marriage, duration, rehabilitative, equitable, spouse, divorce, earn, tax return, accounting ...

... briefed beyond the "conclusionary statement of the brief writer" it will not be considered. Miller v. Reis, 189 N.J. Super. 437, 441, 460 A.2d 210 (App. Div. 1983) ... 	
	Citing Refs. With Analysis Available. Click to Shepardize®	24.	Flores v. City of Trenton, DOCKET NO. A-0957-09T3, SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY, APPELLATE DIVISION, 2011 N.J. Super. Unpub. LEXIS 596, January 14, 2011, Telephonically Argued, March 10, 2011, Decided,  NOT FOR PUBLICATION WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF THE APPELLATE DIVISION. PLEASE CONSULT NEW JERSEY RULE 1:36-3 FOR CITATION OF UNPUBLISHED OPINIONS.

CORE TERMS: termination, summary judgment, drug test, amend, cocaine, firefighter, deposition, discovery, fraudulent concealment, disciplinary ...

... based on "mere conclusory statements by the brief writer"). We note that the contract with MEAS  ... 	
		25.	Hedinger & Lawless, LLC v. Betal Enters., DOCKET NO. A-4797-09T3, SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY, APPELLATE DIVISION, 2011 N.J. Super. Unpub. LEXIS 590, February 3, 2011, Argued, March 10, 2011, Decided,  NOT FOR PUBLICATION WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF THE APPELLATE DIVISION. PLEASE CONSULT NEW JERSEY RULE 1:36-3 FOR CITATION OF UNPUBLISHED OPINIONS.

CORE TERMS: summary judgment, default judgment, attorney-client, legal malpractice, malpractice, default, expert testimony, settlement, certif, financing ...

... briefed beyond the "conclusionary statement of the brief writer," it will not be considered. Miller v. Reis, 189 N.J. Super. 437, 441, 460 A.2d 210 (App. Div. 1983) ... 	
		26.	Black v. Workers' Comp. Appeal Bd., No. 1749 C.D. 2009, COMMONWEALTH COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA, 2010 Pa. Commw. Unpub. LEXIS 194, January 22, 2010, Submitted, April 1, 2010, Decided, April 1, 2010, Filed,  OPINION NOT REPORTED

CORE TERMS: claimant, pain, WCJ Rules, sural, workers' compensation, deposition, transmittal letter, neuropathy, nerve, scheduled ...

... Answer as follows: Claimant's counsel employed a brief writer to prepare the proposed findings, and it  ...