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Which Trial Courts Produce the Court’s Civil Docket (Part 2)?

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Last week, we began reviewing the trial courts from which the Court’s civil and criminal dockets have arisen, beginning with the years 1990 through 1994. This week, we’re looking comparing the sources of the dockets for the...more

Which Counties Produce the Court’s Criminal Docket (Part 1)?

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Yesterday, we reviewed the counties which produced the Supreme Court’s civil docket for the years 1994 through 1998. Today, we’re reviewing the Court’s criminal docket for the same years. In 1994, the Court decided nine...more

Which Counties Produce the Court’s Civil Docket (Part 1)?

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Last week, we completed our review of the government’s winning percentage in civil cases between 1994 and the present. This week, we’re beginning a new subject – which trial courts accounted for the Court’s civil and...more

Which Trial Courts Produce the Court’s Criminal Docket (Part 1)?

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Yesterday, we began reviewing the trial courts which have produced the Court’s civil docket, beginning with the years 1990 through 1994. Today, we review the Court’s criminal docket for the same years. In 1990, the Court...more

Which Trial Courts Produce the Supreme Court’s Civil Docket (Part 1)?

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Last week, we concluded our analysis of the government’s winning percentage, year by year and one area of law at a time, in civil cases at the Court. This week, we begin reviewing the trial courts from which the Court’s...more

How Often Do Governmental Entities Win Their Civil Appeals (Part 4)?

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For the past two weeks, we’ve been reviewing the government’s winning percentage as appellant in civil appeals at the California Supreme Court, year by year and by area of law. Today, we complete our survey, looking at the...more

How Often Do Governmental Entities Win Their Civil Appeals (Part 3)?

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Last week, we began reviewing the winning percentage in civil cases of governmental entity appellants, year by year and one area of law at a time. We began with the years 1994 through 2005. This week, we’re reviewing the...more

How Often Do Governmental Entities Win Their Civil Appeals (Part 4)?

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For the past two weeks, we’ve been reviewing the government’s winning percentage as the appellant in civil cases at the Illinois Supreme Court. Today, we finish our review with the years 2011 through 2016. In 2011, the...more

How Often Do Government Entities Win Their Civil Appeals (Part 3)?

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Last week, we began reviewing the government’s winning percentage in civil appeals.  We began by reviewing the data for the years 1990-2003.  This week, we address the more recent years, beginning with the period 2004-2010....more

How Often Do Governmental Entities Win Their Civil Appeals (Part 2)?

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Yesterday, we reviewed governmental entities’ winning percentage, year by year and area of law by area of civil law, for the years 1994 through 1999. Today, we turn our attention to the years 2000 through 2005....more

What Areas of Law Does the Government Appeal in Civil Cases (Part 4)?

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Last time, we reviewed the areas of the law which governmental entities appealed between 2006 and 2012. Today, we complete the cycle, reviewing the years 2013 through 2016. The most striking thing about the Court’s civil...more

What Areas of Law Does the Government Appeal in Civil Cases (Part 3)?

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Last week, we reviewed the year-by-year data for the areas of law in which the government has appealed from 1990 through 2005. Today, we address the record for the years 2006 through 2012. Surprisingly, the leading area of...more

OFCCP Required To Share Statistical Findings In Enforcement Action

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Employers facing a determination by the OFCCP (Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs) that they have violated the anti-discrimination laws applicable to federal contractors often confront a black box when trying to...more

Here’s the Powerpoint and Recommended Reading From “Litigation Analytics and Appellate Law”

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Earlier today, I had the pleasure of joining the Appellate Lawyers’ Association lunchtime meeting to talk about Litigation Analytics and Appellate Law: What the Numbers Tell Us About the Illinois and California Supreme...more

What Areas of Law Does the Government Appeal in Civil Cases (Part 4)?

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Yesterday, we continued tracking the areas of law, year by year, in which governmental entities appealed in civil cases. Today, we’re completing our review with the years 2011 through 2016. ...more

What Areas of Law Does the Government Appeal in Civil Cases (Part 3)?

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Last week, we began reviewing the subject matter areas in which governmental entities appealed to the Illinois Supreme Court between 1990 and 2003. This week, we’ll turn our attention to the years 2004 through 2016....more

What Areas of Law Does the Government Appeal in Civil Cases (Part 2)?

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Yesterday, we began reviewing the areas of law in which government entities have pursued civil appeals since 1994. Today, we’re addressing the years 2000 through 2005. Like our previous period, constitutional law and...more

What Areas of Law Does the State Appeal in Civil Cases (Part 1)?

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For the past two weeks, we’ve been considering how the Court’s civil and criminal cases were distributed among the Districts and Divisions of the Court of Appeal. This week, we consider the same issue we began at the...more

What Areas of Law Does the State Appeal in Civil Cases (Part 2)?

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Yesterday, we began looking at a new question in our ongoing studies – what areas of law does the State most often appeal in civil cases? We began in our last post with the years 1990 through 1996. Today, we turn to the...more

What Areas of Law Does the State Appeal in Civil Cases (Part 1)?

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Over the past few weeks, we’ve looked at how often the State is the appellant in civil and criminal cases at the Supreme Court, and at the distribution of the Court’s cases among the Districts and Divisions of the Appellate...more

How Were the Court’s Criminal Cases Distributed at the Court of Appeal (Part 4)?

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Yesterday, we discussed which Districts and Divisions of the Court of Appeal produced the Supreme Court’s criminal docket for the years 2006 through 2011. Today, we finish the story, reviewing the years 2012 through 2017...more

How Were the Court’s Criminal Cases Distributed at the Court of Appeal (Part 3)?

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Last week, we began analyzing how the Supreme Court’s criminal docket since 1994 has been distributed among the Districts and Divisions of the Court of Appeal. Today, we address the years 2006 through 2011....more

How Were the Court’s Criminal Cases Distributed at the Appellate Court (Part 4)?

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Yesterday, we reviewed the origin of the Court’s criminal docket for the years 2005 through 2010. Today, we finish the journey – the years 2011 through 2017....more

How Were the Court’s Criminal Cases Distributed at the Appellate Court (Part 3)?

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Last week, we began looking at which Districts and Divisions of the Appellate Court produced the Supreme Court’s criminal, quasi-criminal and attorney disciplinary docket for the years 1990 through 2003. This week, we’re...more

How Were the Court of Appeal’s Cases Decided at the Court of Appeal (Part 2)?

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Yesterday, we began our review of the origins in the Court of Appeal of the Supreme Court’s criminal docket. Today, we continue with the years 2000 through 2005. The Court decided thirty-four cases from the First District...more

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