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My Forthcoming Article, “Bamboozled by a Comma: The Second Circuit’s Misdiagnosis of Ambiguity in American International Group, Inc. v. Bank of America Corp.” by Ken Adams, Adams On Contract Drafting Blog (to be published in 16 Scribes J. Legal Writing (forthcoming 2014).
It may sound picky but, as Ken Adams’ example illustrates in this post, proper punctuation matters. A misplaced comma can completely change the meaning of a sentence.
A refresher on how to use commas properly never hurts. Julia Layton explains “10 Completely Wrong Ways to Use Commas” on How Stuff Works. -CCE