From dollars to doughnuts — documenting transactions
By John Koski
The late, great stand-up comedian Mitch Hedberg had a routine about buying a doughnut, captured in this briefing in a very meta-fashion.
Mitch’s point is obvious to normal human beings (namely those who haven’t spent three years in law school): some transactions cry out not to be documented.
On the far other side of the spectrum are most of those occasions when a lawyer is dealing with his or her client…
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