Dodgers Divorce and Scrivener’s Error

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  1. Ken Rhodes says:

    I learned an important lesson from my business partner, who told me when we were both young, “The purpose of a contract isn’t to sue somebody. It’s to help you remember what your agreed on when you agreed on it.”

    Poor Frank and Jamie. They can’t remember what they agreed on (at least one of them can’t), and their memory aid has been garbled up by their lawyer. There is surely one lesson in this: You don’t type up multiple copies and sign each one; you have one original, sign it, and make as many Xerox copies as you need.

  2. Also, Jamie is a law school graduate; you’d think she’d be embarrassed by some of her arguments.

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