Billy Rodrick put up a wire fence the week after the death of his little child, and Levi Waldron went and helped him. He also scraped dirt and hauled dirt and rock and burned sage to fill in the low places in the county roads, working his road tax. Hauling post and drawing lains was all in a days work. Some of them would split the difference if they found they were short of the amount of acerage required. However Ben found a certain lane to be a nuisance, a place for stray cattle to loiter. he proceeded to close it. This brought about a protest from friend Evan Jenkins. They went to the Bishop's court to settle it. Ben lost. "I'll take it to the Malad", Ben Protested "My lawyer will be there", was Evan's reply. The trial ended, Ben Lost. "I'll take it to the courts of Boise", Ben exclaimed. "My lawyer will be there", was Evan's reply. To the Boise courts they went, and Ben lost again. Greatly upset by such defeat Ben exclaimed "I'll take it to the courts of Hell". " My lawyer will be there", Evan assured him. This served a good laugh to the lawyers in Boise for many years to come and the lane in question became known as "Lawsuit Lane".