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You’re doing three things at once, fueled with a bit too much caffeine. You learn that one of your business partners has just made another ridiculous request. You then fire off an email to a colleague, referring to your partner as someone who performs immoral acts, and describe how you are ill-inclined to share with him known flaws in your company’s product. You may not have meant any of it—sometimes we sound off when we’re frustrated—but how would that email read when put before a judge or a jury in a product liability case?

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