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  This is the problem the employee is having:  
I work for an architectural firm and was tasked to complete a set of drawing documents. During this work over a period of 6 weeks I was mainly working under the instructions of two principals of the firm. There is a Project Director in the chain of command, but in this instance he had little to no involvement until nearly the end. He wanted to change the format of some of the drawings where in my view there was really no need for this. In essence, his method created more drawings whilst not improving the clarity of the documents. Well, I did not follow his desired format and he complained to the principals of the firm. Now I want to clarify my position and decision to the principals and I intent to do so in writing. Question is, should I address this to the principals only, or should I in fact address this to him and copy the principals. Or should I just let it go.....Thanks for any advice.  


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