Wow. I wonder what LFT he maintains. Too bad it's unlikely he'll be a returning customer. Simple biopsy will show the reason for the failure. I'm not sure a donor panel would give him another liver to drowned.
One very important thing that I have not read in this thread, though it is probably implied --- get the answer to any contractual questions you have in writing in the contract. I wouldn't even accept a chain of emails.
I completely agree. A contract to define the definitions of hunt is very important. The difference between that and email is that both parties must physically sign the contract.
If both parties are in agreement as to the definition of "shot opportunity," then it is set in stone and both know what is expected. Too many times the "I thought it meant" or "I said it was" can be interpreted differently. What written on paper isn't left to interpretation if everyone signs the paper.
Not trying to be a pain over little items, but those definitions for what is "shot opportunity", "legal" and "mature" should be clearly defined and agreed upon by both parties on paper.