Then He Made Proofreaders

William Bedsworth is an Associate Justice of the California Court of Appeal, a former NHL goal judge, and a long-time columnist for the Orange County Lawyer. If you’ve never read his nationally syndicated, award winning, legal humor column, “A Criminal Waste of Space”, you should.

But this post isn’t about Justice Bedsworth or his column per se. It’s about proofreading, the subject of Justice Bedsworth’s most recent column, entitled “Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Typos . . .“. It’s also about one of my favorite Delaware decisions, McKesson Corp. v. Derdiger, 793 A.2d 385 (Del. Ch. 2002).

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