• For the sentence to have meant what the appellate court found, the sentence would have needed an “or” before packing.

  • They sacrificed precedent to verdict, endorsing textualism to do so, in the extreme. May they reap the fruits of their labor. We thank them.

  • That’s why so many older UK statutes don’t have punctuation. Also look up Sir Roger Casement for a more serious penalty regarding the comma!

  • […] Lucas (Evil HR Lady), in her column at Inc., uses the Oxford comma trucking-hours case as a jumping-off point for a wider discussion of how the current workplace regulatory regime needs […]