Bruce Wayne, Defendant
But there's one article in particular that should be of interest to readers here, and that is Olsen's take on Batman Begins. I had a couple of critiques of the film, but he treats the movie as an exercise in issue-spotting. And he comes away with more than a half-dozen bullet points, with everything from potential tort liabilities (a la "The Incredibles") to clear violations of securities law:
Overlawyered.com: "Batman Begins": Bruce Wayne, Defendant
Do I think it's nitpicky? To be honest, yeah. Some of the items (especially the first and last) I believe fall squarely within a sensible suspension of disbelief. But it's certainly informative, and reminds us of the real-life complications of superherodom.