I was tempted to ask the following question:
When doing a parody of a registered trademark, how can you ensure its a parody?
Wisdom got the better of me, I remembered that I have a lawyer in my office and I'm probably going to ask him the same question tomorrow.
This leaves a close or don't close paradigm for the new site. In most cases where you would say "Talk to a lawyer", should we just have a close reason as "Should seek qualified legal advice" ?
Then we have the reverse of that (Jeopardy style question) where someone DID talk to a lawyer, and posted the advice. Do we close that as well? I tend to think we should, as its just one (possibly) expert's opinion.
Other scenarios where this may come up is conforming to USC 2257, etc. We should probably reach a consensus now, prior to the public beta.
Then of course, should it be "Advice" or "Advise" .. or can it be locale specific ? :)