Legal writing, Tabular presentation, Complex material
Sturm College of Law
This column addresses tabular presentation of complex material, which is the fourth of six "clear writing techniques" set out in the SEC's proposed rules to require that disclosures be written in Plain English.' The first three of these techniques were discussed in the January, March, and May 1998 Scrivener articles.
K.K. DuVivier, Plain English Part IV: Keep It Straight, Tabulate, 27 Colo. Law. 67 (July 1998).
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