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The verdict today in the case of Lawyers v. Burgers most likely means Rogue States is closed for good, as Tim Carman reports on Young & Hungry. International law firm Steptoe & Johnson sued the burger joint, claiming fumes from its kitchen were infiltrating the firm’s air supply, and Judge John M. Mott agreed that the burger aromas were a nuisance.

You may have missed City Paper‘s recent, pseudo-scientific investigation into whether hamburgers interfere with legal thinking. In case you did, watch below—and then hustle off to Rogue States, since the close of business tonight is your last chance to try their burgers: