I have read the help section about hierarchies. I sort of get it, though it’s a bit complicated. I am wondering what the best uses are of saving and using hierarchies.
For example: I decided to create two separate but related dispute resolution clauses, one for mediation and the other for arbitration. These may be used together or separately, and if they are used together, it might result in some slight changes to one or the other. I could also consider jurisdiction and venue clauses as part of this dispute resolution category. Is there any value to making this group a hierarchy, as opposed to simply being leaving them as independent clauses that are, nevertheless, sensitive to each other in context (per @robbert.jacobs’s response to me, here – second to last ¶).>
Thanks for thoughts.