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Business Contracts: Comma Drama—Is A Comma Really Significant?

Don’t let your contract fall victim to comma drama.   Even in contracts, some consider the comma to be an insignificant mark of punctuation—barely worth noticing, emitting merely a pause in a sentence preceding a continued thought. According to Merriam-Webster, a comma is defined as a punctuation mark, used especially as a mark of separation…

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National Grammar Day

5 Common Grammar Bugs You Can Squash Today

In honor of National Grammar Day on March 4, let’s take the time to squash a few grammar bugs. I promise it won’t be messy.   If grammar wasn’t your favorite subject in school, you probably have several friends who can commiserate with you. We can get away with some of these errors in our…

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5 Reasons Why Spell-Check Is Not Your Friend

We have all fallen victim to spell-check at one time or another—that’s assuming that spell-check was run in the first place. Whether it’s a misused word (form instead of from), improper grammar, or comma placement, spell-check has become nothing but a wide cast net for business and personal use—catching only some of the errors in…

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