For corporate associates doing deals, one of the hardest things about working with specialist attorneys is that they have a hard time thinking about the bigger picture beyond their specialty. So it's always a little sad when you have to tell the ERISA guy that the client could not care less about the pension language he's been fighting for tooth and nail in the merger agreement. But they get you back by inventing all kinds of complex and obscure issues that you then have to struggle to explain the client. So it's kind of a fun give and take dynamic.