I've done stuff like it. I don't even get involved in this part of it. Once it is e-filed, other folks handle this stuff. I would be pretty pissed that they screwed it up, but getting notes from the clerk for forgetting the corporate disclosure, wrong color cover, not including something in the appendix, whatever, happens all the time. I think I forgot to e-sign (type my name in the sig line) once and nobody in the filing or proofreading chain noticed. Yes, these are silly mistakes, but you edit the crap out of them, get them just perfect, and then relax a little and little things slip through.I just . . . This is pretty much an impossible mistake to make for an experienced appellate lawyer. I'm trying to come up with an analogy. It's like showing up to an away game with only your home colors.
It has no effect. The judges won't even know or if they do somehow know they certainly won't care.