Is it right to say

"updates from the onsite call, we had this morning with the client" (Updates listed below)

  • Can you provide the full sentence? At the moment it as neither a capital letter at the start nor, it would seem, a main verb. – WS2 Nov 25 '17 at 7:26
  • Despite the temptation to compartmentalise for ease on the eye, use of the comma is incorrect here. – Edwin Ashworth Nov 25 '17 at 10:17

Incorrect. There are two ways to fix this, depending on the situation:

  1. If this is the first time anyone is mentioning the on-site call, replace the comma with "that."
  2. If the on-site call is already part of the conversation, and everyone would know what you're talking about if you just said "the call," add "which" after the comma.
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The comma should be removed. At its simplest: “the call we had this morning”.

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