"“We never know how it’s going to play out, but we tried to put in place — a little bit at times I was referring to it like writing the U.S. Constitution — which you have to create some values and principles you stand on and try to make those inviolate, and then try to add enough flexibility into it — a structure that can support those values but enough flexibility as the world evolves,” Harreld said at the time.""
That is NOT how you write a contract. About every municipality in the USA has a similar contract with a utility provider, and which fees etc are included and which are not is spelled out in great detail. "Flexibility' seems insane to me in a contract, that's the OPPOSITE of what a contract is supposed to be.
My gods, what a negative advertisement for their law program. First they go to the wall and lose the Barta sex discrimination lawsuits, and now they can't even vet a contract???
Is Lionel Hutz the Dean of the College of Law at Iowa??