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To Comma, Or Not to Comma: You May Be Getting It Wrong

Comma placement can cause a big effect in legal documents. (See "What Broadway's Hamilton Teaches About Legal Interpretation.") In particular, whether or not to place a comma before the word “and” frequently leads to errors.

Originally published November 9, 2016
Last updated April 26, 2018
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