Jeez. I got a one line e-mail from an attorney. It was followed by this disclaimer.
This electronic mail message contains CONFIDENTIAL information which is (a) ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGED COMMUNICATION, WORK PRODUCT, PROPRIETARY IN NATURE, OR OTHERWISE PROTECTED BY LAW FROM DISCLOSURE, and (b) intended only for the use of the Addressee(s) named herein. If you are not the Addressee named herein, or the party responsible for delivering this to said Addressee, you are hereby notified that reading, copying, forwarding, printing, disseminating, or otherwise distributing this electronic mail message shall be prohibited. If you have received this electronic mail message in error, please reply to the sender and take the steps necessary to delete said message completely from your computer system.
Electronic mail messages can be intercepted, corrupted, lost, destroyed, arrive late or incomplete, or contain viruses and/or trojan horses. The sender therefore does not accept liability for any errors or omissions in the contents of this electronic mail message which arise as a result of transmission. If verification is required, request a signed hard-copy version. This electronic mail message should not be be construed as establishing an attorney-client privilege where no such privilege has been established or arranged previously.
Anyone else starting to get these?