In putting together its recent COVID article, Law 360 reached out to Burns Bowen Bair’s own Tim Burns to weigh in on this issue.
Tim Burns of Burns Bowen Bair LLP, who counsels policyholders, described what’s going on at the Seventh and Sixth Circuits — another federal appellate court that has put out several rulings — like a dinner scene in the 1983 comedy film, “Reuben, Reuben” where an arrogant upper middle class type drones on to a Scottish poet about taking a speed-reading course.
“The poet says, ‘I wish I could take a slow reading course.’ In much the same way, I wish the Sixth and Seventh Circuits would take a slow reading course and let these cases develop. Decisions devoid of factual development and context tend to be bad decisions,” Burns said in a statement to Law360.
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