It's the Etymology, Stupid
Yesterday someone was on my case for not being able to find out, in thirty minutes, how a court deals with a contractual provision that waives a non-waivable right. Only a lawyer would need guidance on this. Is it not etymologically obvious? It's NON-WAIVABLE. YOU CAN'T WAIVE IT. I can't believe there isn't a long trail of litigation where the courts grapple with this complex issue.