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3d DCA Watch -- Bunker Declares Joel Perwin Day!

Let's just lay out the cold hard facts:

Only two opinions issued today.

Both opinions are civil.

Both opinions have Joel Perwin representing the appellant.

Both opinions reverse in favor of the appellant.

'Nuff said!


  1. Nice day for the old dog.

  2. Old dog...not too old....haven't you seen his uber hot AUSA daughter

  3. That's how Obama got into big trouble talking about the AG of California. I think you meant to say "brilliant litigator daughter."

  4. Every day is Joel Perwin Day. He's just that good.

  5. Dude, smart goes without saying...she does have perwin genes...your mistake is in assuming that women cannot be both brilliant and hot. sexist pig.

  6. Saw the oral argument. He won in spite of himself.

  7. Hater at 10:15 - I have two words for you: Burger King

    Suck on that while you contemplate your lack of success and recognition from your colleges.

  8. Hater at 10:15: winning in spite of yourself (by the way, did you read the briefs?) is better than being a graceless loser.

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