We got into a discussion yesterday about whether it was possible for a Strasburger & Price attorney to confuse “tortious interference” with “tortuous interference.” The former has to do with a tort or a legal cause of action; the latter is just long or complex. Neither of which should be confused with “torturous interference,” which would involve waterboarding. Well, now we have our answer. Here’s the letter that Robert Witte wrote to Christina Rees. (Full disclosure: she’s a friend and she used to work at D Magazine.) You can also see how much Witte charged the Police and Fire Pension System to do this bit of work.
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