Good ole' primum non nocere.
I think Judge Marra is suggesting it's not just for doctors:
As stated throughout this litigation, Plaintiffs have made review of this matter particularly difficult because of the summarized or co-mingled manner in which they present their arguments and their extensive use of supra and infra for cites. On more than one occasion, this has pointed to places in the record where there is mere argument without citation, or to cites that do not stand for the proposition asserted.In a footnote he gets more specific:
Plaintiffs’ manner of presenting their case impedes decision making by forcing the Court to aimlessly search the record for relevant evidence, or the lack of evidence, to support or refute a claim.Ok, but otherwise how'm I doing?