Friday, December 14, 2018

Proposal: Expanding Horizons

Fewer than a quorum not voting AGAINST. Failed by Kevan.

Adminned at 16 Dec 2018 18:49:42 UTC

Amend the rule “Clients” by adding the following to the Pool of Clients:

Albert Fumbledork: Impeccable Adult; Worth $900,000
Rom Tiddle: Corrupt Adult; Worth $821,000
Professor Q. Squirrel: Corrupt Adult; Worth $420,00
Percy Weasle: Impeccable Child; Worth $543,000
Hermine Stranger: Respected Child; Worth $327,000
Larry Bopper: Decent Child; Worth $446,000
Rob Weasle: Suspicious Child; Worth $238,000
Lucy Tinfoil: Corrupt Child; Worth $329,000
State of Rhode Island: Decent State; Worth $82,000,000
State of Delaware: Corrupt State; Worth $118,000,000
Fakelook: Corrupt Business; Worth $1,070,000

Now, whose idea it was to give children hundreds of thousands of dollars to lose in lawsuits, I have no clue. Kinda fishy if you ask me.

Comments

Kevan: HE/HIM

12-14-2018 22:23:19 UTC

A Corrupt State sounds dangerous: if the State of Delaware loses a Case, its opponent’s Attorney will see a million dollar payday.

pokes:

12-15-2018 17:14:22 UTC

Connecticut can already potentially lose a case. But yes this attack vector is larger.

I like the idea of having some children in the mix, if it encourages an interesting rule for how they interact differently with the legal system than adults. But I think more states or adults will dilute the potential for interesting combinations of one client being involved in multiple things, or multiple attorneys representing one client (for states, or people if someone unidles). against

Also, I wouldn’t vote against it purely on this, but I’m a sucker for theme and Harry Potter parodies are kinda not on-theme.

Kevan: HE/HIM

12-15-2018 17:56:24 UTC

imperial

Trigon:

12-15-2018 19:43:41 UTC

against