Monday, May 04, 2009

It's like the MPRE...only practical

You’ve just discovered that a letter you’ve prepared has incorrectly spelled the opposing counsel’s name, you:

  1. Correct and reprint the letter. Professionalism is all the rage nowadays.
  2. Correct the letter by crossing out the misspelling. Good letterhead costs money and money is tight in this economy.
  3. Leave it the way it is. It’s not like attorneys from that firm can actually read.
  4. Leave it the way it is. Have the person in the office with the probable case of swine flu spit in the envelope several times after you’ve wiped all the office toilet seats with the letter. This guy is an asshole, anyway.
Take a wild stab at which option I picked.