The case of Blythe v. Bell is like the gift that
keeps on giving. It generated two significant opinions last year, and
this week a third and a fourth. The July
2012 opinion was a major e-discovery decision, and the December
2012 opinion addressed an important issue about the assignment of LLC interests...
You most likely have heard of the Oxford Comma. It is also referred to as the "serial comma.” If you are not familiar with this literary device, it is a comma placed before the word "and" or another conjunction (like or or nor) in a series of three or more terms.