A. Good point. Part of the Talmud is a huge body of in-depth and complex civil and legal law, and there are Rabbinical courts that judge cases according to this system, even in the US. In fact NYS Courts recognize Rabbinical court authority as arbitrators (because both parties have agreed to abide by the decision). If both parties are comfortable with the case being judged as the Talmud says, it’s a good place to go. The only drawback? The law of the land and its police don’t enforce these rulings, so they don’t have anywhere as much teeth as a secular court’s decision would.