We take turns being responsible for reading all of the cases and reporting on them. We have different ways of doing this. Some members simply annotate the cases and bring the cases with them. Others prepare short summaries.
Because of the time frame, there is little time to write the summaries and even less time to proofread them. The summaries are sometimes full of typographical errors. Occasionally the errors are hilarious.
Some of the summaries have been posted. They can be found on the "Bananaberry Phlogiston" website. That website is used for continuing legal education purposes by one of our members, Gerry Schulze. If you want to know what we do, you can check one or two of them out. Or, if you'd rather avoid the horrible color patterns on the Bananaberry Phlogiston website, try a look at these.
Remember, they are full of typographical errors. They were put together quickly. They may have major flaws. As a practical matter, several other participants have read some or all of the cases and can help clarify the issues.
November 20, 2009
February 4, 2010
September 9, 2011
November 4, 2011
January 20, 2012
March 9, 2012
April 13, 2012.