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Lawyers Ordered to Play RPS to Settle Dispute 265

Posted by samzenpus
from the best-two-out-of-three dept.
Rent-to-Pwn writes "After the lawyers involved couldn't settle even the most basic disputes without court intervention, a federal judge ordered the two lawyers to play one (1) game of rock, paper, scissors to settle the dispute. Being a federal case, in theory, it could become precedent for similar, unimportant decisions. Of course, there's no mention of what the two lawyers are supposed to do in case of a tie ..."
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Lawyers Ordered to Play RPS to Settle Dispute

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