The Oxford Comma

The $5 Million Oxford Comma

The Oxford comma is the last one before the "and something" in a list of 3 or more items.
Example: We brought apples, bananas, and oranges. 

Consider the difference in these two sentences. They have two completely different meanings:

Imagine language like that in a contract... Failure to include the Oxford comma could significantly affect the interpretation of the contract. That's exactly what happened in this case in Maine where up to $5 million in damages was awarded to delivery drivers due to a missing Oxford comma.

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