Here is a very good brief by Charles J. Cooper of Cooper and Kirk in Washington D.C.
It has all the right qualities. It is clear as a bell, and is easy reading. That is rarely, if ever, said of briefs.
It is a masterful example of the lawyer’s craft.
In addition, it takes Judge Walker’s decision apart and makes it look pretty foolish.
I haven’t seen the reply brief yet from Boies and Olson, but they have tough sledding ahead.