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There's a reason DRC is called Design Rules Check is because if you violated the design rules you run the risk of having a design that: works by luck, works intermittently, or fails to work. Take your pick.
Isn't this something that should be brought up with the ASIC lead on the project instead of as a post on edaboard? Or is the designated ASIC lead on the project not really an experienced senior level ASIC engineer (i.e. decades of experience)?