“10 Things Never to Put in Email”

Because hostile lawyers will be looking for them in discovery: “We’re going to do this differently than normal,” “I don’t want to discuss this in e-mail. Please give me a call,” “Don’t ask. You don’t want to know,” and seven more. (Roger Matus’s Death By Email, Dec. 2)(& Schwartz, Sylvester/Wichita Eagle).

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  • “…do you still have access to that shredder?”
    “If we ever get subpoenaed, this is off the record…”
    “I heard his liability insurer has a ton of dough…”