Have you ever wondered what it would be like if Quentin Tarantino made a movie about legal matters? Imagine a group of slick, suited lawyers sitting around a table, discussing everything from company representation, to collective agreements, and even tax rates in New York.

Picture this – the tension in the room is palpable as they debate the merits of the Kyoto Agreement versus the Paris Agreement, while sipping on their espressos and smoking Cuban cigars.

As the discussions intensify, they delve into the complexities of divorce and family law, and the importance of disclaimers for translated documents.

Just when things seem to reach a boiling point, the conversation takes a surprising turn to the Delaware Blue Sky Laws exemptions, and the intricacies of Hindu customary law in Malaysia.

And if that wasn’t enough, they even touch upon some rather unconventional legal topics, such as the legality of flamethrowers in Pennsylvania, and the animals you can legally hunt in Africa.

The Verdict

As the discussions come to a close, there seems to be no consensus – much like the ambiguous endings of Tarantino’s films. But one thing is for sure, legal matters are anything but boring.

So the next time you find yourself in need of legal advice, just remember the image of those slick, suited lawyers from «Reservoir Laws» – because when it comes to the law, nothing is ever black and white.