I occasionally critique opinions as making little doctrinal sense and/or ignoring the practical realities of justice.
Want to see an opinion that exactly the opposite? Here you go.
Justice Tallman's opinion makes eminent sense. Both doctrinally and practically.
There's a problem. Judge Tallman provides a path to solve it. By contrast, the district court pretended to pretend that the problem simply didn't exist.
I like Judge Tallman's approach better. Lots, lots better. Straightforward, equitable, and doctrinally sound.