Litigation Ruled Legal Pads
Classic deposition pads; products of the Blind Industries of Maryland
— Smooth, bright surface, free sheet paper; fountain pen ink does not blot or feather; 50 sheets per pad
— 80-point binder board backer, 30 to 50% thicker than others
— Sturdy, leather-look tape binding
— Prices per dozen
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What is a legal pad?
We call them “legal pads” because when they were first available in 1888 (the year after Bob Blumberg’s grandfather founded our company) a paper mill worker collected the sortings (scraps) from various factories and bound them into pads. They were cut to legal size. Later, when the pad paper was manufactured with ground wood and scraps to make up the batch of pulp, they were colored yellow because it was more expensive to make the batch white.