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30.11.2013

Business etiquette 101: don’t threaten lawsuits against a customer proposing an idea which you later adopt

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Filed under: branding, business, cars, internet, media, New Zealand, publishing, UK—Jack Yan @ 06.00

2 Responses to ‘Business etiquette 101: don’t threaten lawsuits against a customer proposing an idea which you later adopt’

  1. […] by the late Michael Sedgwick, though our content is all original, and subject to copyright; and there’s a separate story to tell there, too.    I acknowledge there are still gaps on the site, but as we grow it, we’ll plug them. […]

  2. […] that had brief summaries of each model, the same way Sedgwick had structured his guides. I received an emailed threat from a well known British publisher (I’m looking at you, Haymarket, and as predicted in my reply, […]

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