This fascinating article about creative approach to disclaimers was written by a regular contributor to The Book Designer website, attorney Helen Sedwick.
Many authors assume the legal disclaimers at the front of their books are supposed to be boring. They presume some pricey lawyers devised standard legalese, and they dare not depart from the norm.
Not so. The law does not require a disclaimer to be boring. In fact, just the opposite is true. The more interesting the disclaimer, the more likely it will be read. From a lawyer’s point of view, a well-written, well-read disclaimer is best of all.
Many writers have a lot of fun with their disclaimers, particularly for memoirs. Let’s look at a few.
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