Practice Pointer #4 — How To Respond To Demand Letters

Cleveland Browns Fans in their natural habitat.

Back in the underrated decade of the 1970s, a fan of the Cleveland Browns, who happened to be an attorney, wrote a letter to the team. He complained about paper airplanes floating about during games and threatened to hold the Cleveland Browns liable for any injuries if hit with one.  Fans of the Cleveland Browns, by the way, are best known for their stupidity, drunkenness and propensity to dress like canines. This particular fan is/was an attorney with the last name of Cox.  With this letter, Mr. Cox lived up to his name and put all attorneys in a bad light.

Below is the response by Mr. James N. Bailey, Esq., the general counsel for the Cleveland Browns.    Mr. Bailey uses less than thirty words to destroy Mr. Cox.  It doesn’t get better than this.


Tiny Top Hat Tip:  Jeff E.
Source:  Buzz Feed

Dawg Photo: GamePro

~ by siouxsielaw on December 23, 2010.

4 Responses to “Practice Pointer #4 — How To Respond To Demand Letters”

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