You brought up the subject so you should be willing to 'waste time' with the points being made.
And if you don't, then why bring up the subject in the first place? Is it because you didn't think any examples were available?
Here are some of the subjects that Napoleon agreed with the lawyers when writing the new Code:
-Equality before the law.
-the end of feudal rights and duties.
-the inviolability of property.
-the freedom to 'choose one's work.'
-freedom of conscience.
Too bad you just don't read the Code, as it is available on this website. Perhaps that you are not willing to admit that Napoleon got more right or correct than he got wrong? Judging by your continued bias and refusal to do any research on the subject, that seems to be the outcome. Neither you nor Susan are getting it right, unfortunately. The innate overwhelming bias shown against Napoleon demonstrated by both of you and the unwillingness to do any reliable research are a great shame. Or, is my impression incorrect?
Please enlighten us...