It was like they had good ideas and didn't have a legal expert on staff to consult. Alienation of affection is still on the books in some states,usually a cause of action after the divorce is final and you can prove damages. It would be hard to prove that the affair caused your spouse to leave but that's what lawsuits are for. Suing the hospital, well, if it was a private hospital and Mark was a shareholder maybe but what the lawyer said last night was just nonsense. The CG lawyers would be annoyed at the suit and hit back that it was a sham. The thing with the donor really burned me because I am a devout Catholic. Suicide is a sin, attempting suicide is treated with compassion. You know, the whole Jesus reached out to the sinners thing?! A person gives in to despair and the usually, the church will counsel him or her who survives. The older church doctrines were about burials more than anything else and again, a possibly good idea that the writers absolutely messed up that they could have gotten right if they had spoken to anyone who knew anything about the subject matter. And organ donation is too important a topic to be treated that way.
The thing about the Risk Manager's appearance causing silence to fall. That really happens and I thought it was funny.