Explain the rating given to each judge.

Thu, 08/02/2012 - 16:03 -- lwheeler

Each member of the Oklahoma Supreme Court has been evaluated on his or her decisions in six broad areas of law and the effect of those decisions on civil liability in Oklahoma's law and courts. The areas are: employment, insurance, medical malpractice, "other liability lawsuits," product liability, and workers' compensation. Each judge is given an overall cumulative score. The higher the score, the more the judge's opinions have had the effect of restraining liability, in EJR's and JEI's opinion.