On March 30, 2010, the Supreme Court decided Jones v Harris Associates, an appeal from an opinion written by Judge Frank Easterbrook. Easterbrook has a remarkable record when the Supreme Court has reviewed his opinions, and the Jones decision was a rare rebuke. He is twice as likely to be affirmed as other courts of appeals judges—the Court has affirmed him nearly 65 percent of the time, compared with an average of about 35 percent for all courts of appeals judges.