I have a colleague who often writes sentences in the form "While, [these circumstances would make X seem unlikely to be the case], [these other circumstances show that X is in fact the case].
For example: "While, it looks warm outside, there is actually a cold breeze so it is not warm at all."
Or take this real life example: "While, the Ports Access Regime does not expressly stipulate that access can be provided on different terms and conditions, the mechanisms in the Regime support the commercial negotiation of individual access arrangements, and access on different terms and conditions is not precluded."
Surely that is incorrect? One gets rid of the comma following the "While," in all cases, correct?