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John Roberts on the bench: 27 employment law cases and an uber view

For 27 decisions that Judge Roberts participated in on the D.C. Circuit, Mike Fox has "provided a brief description of the court's actions, Judge Roberts' role in the decision and characterized it as either for the employee or employer position. Although that is a very arbitrary way of looking at decisions, it still shows that Judge Roberts has certainly not been one-sided. In fact what is more notable is the number of times Judge Roberts sided with the employee's position in reversing a lower court or agency. Most, although not all, of his rulings that favored employers were in agreement with the court or agency below."

Read the list of 27 cases and Fox's categorizations here. Also, Orin Kerr links to an uber view of Roberts' performance on the court.

Posted by Laurel Newby on July 21, 2005 at 12:57 PM | Permalink | TrackBack (0)

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