the legal jargon has pretty inaccurate through out the series.
Soule is literally doing one of the oldest legal trick, use language that lay people won't understand to make it seems harder then it is and you as the solicitor/barrister know what your doing, because you need to make the client think they need your service. I wasn't fooled by it, but then I'm in the profession, as result I found it a lot less enjoyable, neither really succeeding as either superhero comic or a legal drama. 3/5 the book would be better taking a lesson from Dan slott (oh god I'm regarding dan slott) approach to legal stuff: Gloss over it or make it silly.
@vrakmul: too accept human nature is not perfect is more rational view then some flaws idea of believing some utopian concept. we cannot completely prevent things like jealous, greed, aggression etc but we can try to reduce them. Same with risk, risks always exist, we can hope to reduce them but we'll never be able to foresee every possible risk.
can't find a writing willing do a story constructed by your over paid marketing team to maximise sales.
Hire Charlie "Yes Man" Soule!
I'm surprised they even let comicvine review it early a site for us comic book nerds. They only kill characters for mainstream press surely USAToday would of be the place they want to go. The are literally betting on idiots who don't buy comics rushing out to buy multiple copies because they think will be collectable.