Twin Galaxies lawyer says settlement avoids “an inordinate amount of costs”

Enlarge / Billy Mitchell competes at a (presumably authentic) Donkey Kong cabinet.Flickr / daveynin After a nearly five-year legal battle between the scorekeepers at Twin Galaxies and Billy Mitchell over the veracity of Mitchell’s contested Donkey Kong high score submissions, the recent settlement of the case before trial might feel a little anticlimactic. But Twin Galaxies attorney David Tashroudian tells Ars Technica that he wasn’t surprised both sides opted for the cost savings and quick finality that come with avoiding arguments in front of a jury.

“A ton of cases end up settling prior to trial, just to avoid the expense and

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