Here’s a fun idea: Let’s take the most complicated, time-consuming kind of lawsuits out there — patent cases — and make them even more difficult.
Just bury the judge in discovery motions and debate every conceivable shade of meaning, even if it doesn’t end up mattering much in the end.
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