I've noticed a typo on an investment company's disclaimer in a brochure, to the effect:
This company and its research affiliate June continue to have such dealings and June also have other ongoing business dealings with other firms whose products are included herein.
Clearly some one replaced all instances of "may" and replaced with "June."
In the event that anything relating to this disclaimer does make its way all the way to court, what would the implications be? Would this be insufficient to cover the legal liability it was originally written to, given that it's now effectively garbled and ambiguous?