It’s great the way email software autocompletes addresses for you. Except when it puts in the wrong one.

That’s what happened to Braun Hagey partner J. Noah Hagey. But it wasn’t a total disaster, as it kicked off a chain of events that culminated last week with an eye-popping protective order (read it here) booting his opposing counsel and in-house lawyers off a case in federal court.

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