The contract has become so complex that it now autonomously generates more contract, and the crisis-response antitorneys are fighting like a fever just to keep it in check. It’s getting faster, thornier, wilier, and starting to strike back. It’s already sued two firms out of existence.
“We think this is the heart,” says Tark, laser-pointing at a diagram, “the subrogation clause. Kill that and the rest follows.”
“I’m no lawyer,” growls Romesh. “Dammit, I drill oil wells!”
“That’s exactly why we need you,” says Tark, but a wild gag order hits him before he can halfway justify the plot.