Mark Herrmann (hereinafter “Herrmann”), not to be confused with the other Mark Herrmann (the Purdue quarterback, hereinafter “the other Mark Herrmann” or “OMH,” sometimes also referred to hereinafter as “the Boilermaker Mark Herrmann” or “BMH”), but the one who used to work for Jones Day (hereinafter “JD”) and now is chief litigation counsel for Aon (hereinafter, what?, how about “A”) — Oh, hell! Let me start over.
Mark Herrmann has written a fine piece for Above the Law on naming people and things. It boils down to writing like a human being and giving the reader credit for having a modicum of intelligence. So please read Mark’s piece and promise to never again write something like the first paragraph of this post.