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Q: A book is sold with pretense that a story will have a conclusion or an ending,is the publisher committing fraud if none

Is there grounds for class action law suite

Terrence H Thorgaard answered on Aug 8, 2015

You are asking if the publisher of a book is liable to purchasers of copies of the book, if the book doesn't end to the reader's satisfaction? Very doubtful. And a class action would be even more problematic.

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Q: A photographer is hired to take photographs at a celebrity wedding. Canhe later sell these photographs to a magazine?

Terrence H Thorgaard answered on Aug 8, 2015

Was there a written contract? If not, it is arguable that the person who hired the photographer retained the rights to use of the photographs.

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Q: On the use of the SF 1413, As this require each subcontract to complete and pass on 2nd and 3rd tier.

Example: If the 1st tier sub passes the SF 1413 to 2nd, 3rd tier subs does that make the 1st tier sub the prime and so on?

Terrence H Thorgaard answered on Aug 8, 2015

I could look into it for you, for a fee. Send me an e-mail with further details.

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