I am not a fan of legalese, but this case of typographic mischief was right up my alley. Just read the judge’s closing paragraph:
The Court further notes that the last thing any party needs is more words on a page. The length of an argument is no guarantee of its success, and indeed could result in more confusion, not clarity. Moving forward, the Parties are encouraged to spend their valuable time focusing on the merits of this case, and certainly not figuring out how many sometimes-useless words will fit on a page.
Words to live by! (ᔥMatthew Butterick, who was — no suprise there — involved in the case)