We've all said things we'd like to take back. Maybe it was something hurtful, said in a moment of anger to a loved one. Maybe it was a joke that landed like a brick in a toilet. Maybe it was "no band will ever reach the artistic heights of Green Day in their prime."
Maybe it was just a moderately incorrect pleading.
Last week Judge Andrews reminded us all that, at least in the latter case, you can't just ask to take it back. Surprisingly, it also teaches us that this can be a good thing.
The plaintiff in Allergan USA, Inc. et al v. Aurobindo Pharma Ltd …