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On a more personal note, I TRULY TRULY appreciate links and subscriptions.
I appreciate being quoted as well. I’ve just had the unsettling experience of finding my stuff out there and not credited to me. It makes me a bit angry and as a lawyer, you don’t want to make me angry. :). I really hate when I find my stuff on the internet uncredited. As a litigator it makes me, well, want to litigate.
I don’t want to have to do that. That will bog me and you down in all kinds of unpleasantries and that is not the aim of this blog.
So, just as gentle reminder that when quoting parts of a post and not linking back, please quote me (Susan J. Elliott) or this blog.
I want this to be a positive experience for me and for my readers. So please give this blog credit when quoting from it. Thank you. :)
Note:If there is something non-original on this site and has not been properly credited, please inform us right away. We make every attempt to quote and reference all non-original material. Any failure to do so is an oversight and unintentional omission on our part. If you bring it to our attention, we will remedy it immediately but every effort has been made to properly credit original authors. We ask that when quoting from this site, you take care to do the same.
I welcome links to my posts and I welcome being blogrolled. It’s nice and it gets the positive message, that I try to promote, out there.
Susan J. Elliott is an attorney in good standing and licensed to practice law in New York, Texas and the District of Columbia and is eligible for pro hac admission in all the courts of these United States