Nearly two months after the "Game of Thrones" series finale, some fans still are not quite over the way it ended.
Among them, a federal appeals court judge who referenced his displeasure with the final season to illustrate a point in a recent case.
Judge John B. Owens of the US Court of Appeals 9th Circuit wrote in a July 5 opinion on a case about a breach of fiduciary duties that the court would not disregard the legal precedent in the matter.
"We will not render Troice meaningless the way that...
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