It is mentioned only in a puzzling post-publication errata sheet
, which states that reference to Eckert's work should have been included at the end of a particular footnote in the text.
What we published was riddled with typographical errors, dropped words, garbled sentences far too many for us to simply publish an errata sheet
. We felt it our professional responsibility to Professor Emery, Professor Weisbuch, and The University of Chicago Press to produce a corrected version in toto.
If these suggested steps do not work, you will find no help in the documentation, or the errata sheet
which supersedes the original set-up instructions, but will need to call Joel Lee at the ALA Offices or the staff at Knowledge Access International for assistance.
Under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 30(e), witnesses can use an errata sheet
to correct typographical errors and any inaccurate testimony.
When Judge Holloway completed an "errata sheet
" to her deposition, she admitted she did have a brief telephone conversation with the detective after all.
A few days after the deposition is transcribed, the client sheepishly hands his attorney his completed errata sheet
. He was wrong on a lot of his testimony, he says, and has corrected himself with a couple of pages of significant changes to the substance of his testimony, involving matters critical to the litigation.
I hope that some of the more egregious errors will soon be excised in a reprinting; failing that, an errata sheet
would be a start.
He has, however, not rewritten the original book, and the transitional paragraphs to the new material were inserted on a long errata sheet
in the copy I received.
An errata sheet
is included to address wrong wording on the back cover of this volume.
An included CD-ROM contains all the needed data files; an errata sheet
is also included for functions in two sessions.
When changes are made, reasons must be listed on the errata sheet
explaining why the witness made the changes.