The popularity of fantasy football always seemed strange enough to Folklaw, but it just got one step stranger with lawyers now being called to get in on the action and earn a flat fee for solving fantasy football-related disputes.
A new site - FantasyDispute.com - is offering a same-day response service for the flat fee of $US14.95 ($17.34) to solve fantasy sports disputes in a fair, quick and inexpensive way.
On the site's Q&A section users are informed that decision enforcement is up to the commissioner of each league - and that league rules and constitutions should be amended to add the "Fantasy Sports Bill of Rights".
If a league commissioner refuses to enforce the decision of a lawyer via FantasyDispute.com, the site advises users that their league is simply not being fair, and "it's time for you to find another league".
Folklaw thinks maybe it's time to just bet on a real football game.