Monday, November 14, 2016

Don’t sign that email—just yet

Originally published by Guest Blogger Daniel R. Correa.

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Email interactions among attorneys are prevalent. Very often attorneys send emails with a standard signature block denoting the attorney’s name and contact information. A simple click of the mouse and an attorney’s name is transmitted to another attorney or party’s inbox.

You may wonder, now, what’s in a name? But unlike the question Juliet poses in her soliloquy about the vicarious nature of concepts in Romeo and Juliet, your name matters. The way in which you convey your name in an email may even bind you to its content under Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 11.

Curated by Texas Bar Today. Follow us on Twitter @texasbartoday.

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