Sorry for the esoteric legal question, but I'm intrigued by this case name. I thought that "Inc." was always preceded by a comma in a party name. Yet this case doesn't seem to include the comma:
Sorrell v. IMS Health, Inc., 131 S. Ct. 2653 (2011)
A quick Googling shows a mixed bag of comma use. Does anyone have any idea whether the comma belongs or not?
posted by travisf
on Feb 20, 2013 -
According to the new Bluebook (a manual of legal citation), how do you cite to a proxy statement? I only have the Seventeenth Edition handy, but I know there is a new Rule 14.6(e) that explains this in the Eighteenth Edition. I need to figure this out before sundown, so if anyone has their Bluebook near by, would you mind cluing me in?
posted by Falconetti
on May 9, 2007 -
Buying a mini-van, and with the help of Ask Mefi, Edmunds and Kelley Blue Book, I know I want a Toyota Sienna LE. Got all the cash. Want to minimize the notorious hassle of running the car dealer gantlet. (More inside.) [more inside]
posted by sacre_bleu
on Jun 7, 2004 -