You just know an opinion is going to be worth a read when it starts out with this sentence:
This case concerns a disputed siting of Big Foot in the Gulf of Mexico.
The Court then dashes all hope of further frivolity by stating, “[w]e refer to a floating oil-drilling platform that rests on four massive columns—hence the name “Big Foot”—moored by steel tendons to the ocean floor. Chevron, which operates and co-owns Big Foot, contracted with FloaTEC to engineer the tendons. During installation in 2015, several tendons failed, causing Chevron huge losses. Big Foot was insured by various Lloyd’s of London syndicates (collectively, “Underwriters”) through a policy issued to Chevron. To cover the tendon mishap, Underwriters paid Chevron over $500 million and then went looking to recoup that money….”