Pieces 03/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 25, 2010 Under: Orders-10
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Karema Oper and a company named Tillaries are in a dispute over being observed while "undressed" inappropriately.

Pieces: Someone was planning something big!
Ms. Oper: I had it all picked out, it was da bomb!
Pieces: So what seems to be the problem?
Ms. Oper: The way he was lookin at me. I loved the way the clothes fit but his starring at me was just annoying.
Pieces: Well you made the ultimate decision, if you loved the way the clothes fit why didn't you just buy them and hurry out of the store. What angered you about a salesperson who had no communt about you?
Ms Oper: Because, I felt it was just rude to stare at my body that way. Such that I felt that while I was undressed he wanted to see more and more of me.
Pieces: Were you approached in any way?
Ms. Oper: NO!
Pieces: After feeling uncomfortable about all of this, did you speak with a manager?
Ms. Oper: I asked for the manager but no one ever showed.
Pieces: What did you do afterwards?
Ms. Oper: I began to dress myself and then I left.
Pieces: To the rep of Tillaries, did Ms. Oper purchase anything before she left your establishment?
Tillaries rep: Ms. Oper did infact purchase many different styles for herself.
Pieces: So there was a purchase, you bought and paid for and left afterwards. There is no case and all of you are dismissed.
Ms. Oper: OHHHH NO! They promised to get me work, but they never did. I paid $1,000 and I want a return of some of the money, which is the $400.00 assignment finders fee.
Pieces: I will return with a decision.

ANALYSIS:

Ms. Karema Oper went to a photography palace to get professional photos taken. Inside she found a business associate who took her information and payment before she was photographed. When it was time for her to take her pictures, Ms. Oper was taken into a room and she was photographed by an automated camera as she was instructed where to stand and how to pose ect. She was also told when to change outfits. The palace operated as a studio and the operators were in a booth operating the cameras and the studios different backgrounds. Therefore Ms. Oper was unable to speak with someone directly. She was told that the pictures would be sent to her web address and that Tillaries would contact her her if they had any assignments that requested her as Tillaries has not contacted her since.

Pieces: I have returned with a decision.

Tillaries rep: I made every effort to put her photos everywhere. Yeah, we got some feedback. Ok so it wasn't the type of work or money she thought she'd be makin.
Pieces: You sell your work via internet, after taking pictures of your clients you directly transfer the picture to your various websites you have for promotional purposes. Although Ms. Oper may not have liked the work, you were paid a bit for such raw photography.
Tillaries rep: So what, she's not going to make a killing from this. Really there was some interest but not what she may have wanted.
Pieces: Well you will make no killing in my court and you did use her picture for work as advertisement.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Tillaries pay Ms. Karema Oper the money due to her for the use of the pictures that were taken of her.

DATED January 24, 2010                                      A.Sadiq                           
                                                                          On Behalf of Pieces                                                 




In : Orders-10 



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Pieces 03/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 25, 2010 Under: Orders-10
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Karema Oper and a company named Tillaries are in a dispute over being observed while "undressed" inappropriately.

Pieces: Someone was planning something big!
Ms. Oper: I had it all picked out, it was da bomb!
Pieces: So what seems to be the problem?
Ms. Oper: The way he was lookin at me. I loved the way the clothes fit but his starring at me was just annoying.
Pieces: Well you made the ultimate decision, if you loved the way the clothes fit why didn't you just buy them and hurry out of the store. What angered you about a salesperson who had no communt about you?
Ms Oper: Because, I felt it was just rude to stare at my body that way. Such that I felt that while I was undressed he wanted to see more and more of me.
Pieces: Were you approached in any way?
Ms. Oper: NO!
Pieces: After feeling uncomfortable about all of this, did you speak with a manager?
Ms. Oper: I asked for the manager but no one ever showed.
Pieces: What did you do afterwards?
Ms. Oper: I began to dress myself and then I left.
Pieces: To the rep of Tillaries, did Ms. Oper purchase anything before she left your establishment?
Tillaries rep: Ms. Oper did infact purchase many different styles for herself.
Pieces: So there was a purchase, you bought and paid for and left afterwards. There is no case and all of you are dismissed.
Ms. Oper: OHHHH NO! They promised to get me work, but they never did. I paid $1,000 and I want a return of some of the money, which is the $400.00 assignment finders fee.
Pieces: I will return with a decision.

ANALYSIS:

Ms. Karema Oper went to a photography palace to get professional photos taken. Inside she found a business associate who took her information and payment before she was photographed. When it was time for her to take her pictures, Ms. Oper was taken into a room and she was photographed by an automated camera as she was instructed where to stand and how to pose ect. She was also told when to change outfits. The palace operated as a studio and the operators were in a booth operating the cameras and the studios different backgrounds. Therefore Ms. Oper was unable to speak with someone directly. She was told that the pictures would be sent to her web address and that Tillaries would contact her her if they had any assignments that requested her as Tillaries has not contacted her since.

Pieces: I have returned with a decision.

Tillaries rep: I made every effort to put her photos everywhere. Yeah, we got some feedback. Ok so it wasn't the type of work or money she thought she'd be makin.
Pieces: You sell your work via internet, after taking pictures of your clients you directly transfer the picture to your various websites you have for promotional purposes. Although Ms. Oper may not have liked the work, you were paid a bit for such raw photography.
Tillaries rep: So what, she's not going to make a killing from this. Really there was some interest but not what she may have wanted.
Pieces: Well you will make no killing in my court and you did use her picture for work as advertisement.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Tillaries pay Ms. Karema Oper the money due to her for the use of the pictures that were taken of her.

DATED January 24, 2010                                      A.Sadiq                           
                                                                          On Behalf of Pieces                                                 




In : Orders-10 



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Pieces 03/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 25, 2010 Under: Orders-10
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Karema Oper and a company named Tillaries are in a dispute over being observed while "undressed" inappropriately.

Pieces: Someone was planning something big!
Ms. Oper: I had it all picked out, it was da bomb!
Pieces: So what seems to be the problem?
Ms. Oper: The way he was lookin at me. I loved the way the clothes fit but his starring at me was just annoying.
Pieces: Well you made the ultimate decision, if you loved the way the clothes fit why didn't you just buy them and hurry out of the store. What angered you about a salesperson who had no communt about you?
Ms Oper: Because, I felt it was just rude to stare at my body that way. Such that I felt that while I was undressed he wanted to see more and more of me.
Pieces: Were you approached in any way?
Ms. Oper: NO!
Pieces: After feeling uncomfortable about all of this, did you speak with a manager?
Ms. Oper: I asked for the manager but no one ever showed.
Pieces: What did you do afterwards?
Ms. Oper: I began to dress myself and then I left.
Pieces: To the rep of Tillaries, did Ms. Oper purchase anything before she left your establishment?
Tillaries rep: Ms. Oper did infact purchase many different styles for herself.
Pieces: So there was a purchase, you bought and paid for and left afterwards. There is no case and all of you are dismissed.
Ms. Oper: OHHHH NO! They promised to get me work, but they never did. I paid $1,000 and I want a return of some of the money, which is the $400.00 assignment finders fee.
Pieces: I will return with a decision.

ANALYSIS:

Ms. Karema Oper went to a photography palace to get professional photos taken. Inside she found a business associate who took her information and payment before she was photographed. When it was time for her to take her pictures, Ms. Oper was taken into a room and she was photographed by an automated camera as she was instructed where to stand and how to pose ect. She was also told when to change outfits. The palace operated as a studio and the operators were in a booth operating the cameras and the studios different backgrounds. Therefore Ms. Oper was unable to speak with someone directly. She was told that the pictures would be sent to her web address and that Tillaries would contact her her if they had any assignments that requested her as Tillaries has not contacted her since.

Pieces: I have returned with a decision.

Tillaries rep: I made every effort to put her photos everywhere. Yeah, we got some feedback. Ok so it wasn't the type of work or money she thought she'd be makin.
Pieces: You sell your work via internet, after taking pictures of your clients you directly transfer the picture to your various websites you have for promotional purposes. Although Ms. Oper may not have liked the work, you were paid a bit for such raw photography.
Tillaries rep: So what, she's not going to make a killing from this. Really there was some interest but not what she may have wanted.
Pieces: Well you will make no killing in my court and you did use her picture for work as advertisement.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Tillaries pay Ms. Karema Oper the money due to her for the use of the pictures that were taken of her.

DATED January 24, 2010                                      A.Sadiq                           
                                                                          On Behalf of Pieces                                                 




In : Orders-10 



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Pieces 03/10

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 25, 2010 Under: Orders-10
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Karema Oper and a company named Tillaries are in a dispute over being observed while "undressed" inappropriately.

Pieces: Someone was planning something big!
Ms. Oper: I had it all picked out, it was da bomb!
Pieces: So what seems to be the problem?
Ms. Oper: The way he was lookin at me. I loved the way the clothes fit but his starring at me was just annoying.
Pieces: Well you made the ultimate decision, if you loved the way the clothes fit why didn't you just buy them and hurry out of the store. What angered you about a salesperson who had no communt about you?
Ms Oper: Because, I felt it was just rude to stare at my body that way. Such that I felt that while I was undressed he wanted to see more and more of me.
Pieces: Were you approached in any way?
Ms. Oper: NO!
Pieces: After feeling uncomfortable about all of this, did you speak with a manager?
Ms. Oper: I asked for the manager but no one ever showed.
Pieces: What did you do afterwards?
Ms. Oper: I began to dress myself and then I left.
Pieces: To the rep of Tillaries, did Ms. Oper purchase anything before she left your establishment?
Tillaries rep: Ms. Oper did infact purchase many different styles for herself.
Pieces: So there was a purchase, you bought and paid for and left afterwards. There is no case and all of you are dismissed.
Ms. Oper: OHHHH NO! They promised to get me work, but they never did. I paid $1,000 and I want a return of some of the money, which is the $400.00 assignment finders fee.
Pieces: I will return with a decision.

ANALYSIS:

Ms. Karema Oper went to a photography palace to get professional photos taken. Inside she found a business associate who took her information and payment before she was photographed. When it was time for her to take her pictures, Ms. Oper was taken into a room and she was photographed by an automated camera as she was instructed where to stand and how to pose ect. She was also told when to change outfits. The palace operated as a studio and the operators were in a booth operating the cameras and the studios different backgrounds. Therefore Ms. Oper was unable to speak with someone directly. She was told that the pictures would be sent to her web address and that Tillaries would contact her her if they had any assignments that requested her as Tillaries has not contacted her since.

Pieces: I have returned with a decision.

Tillaries rep: I made every effort to put her photos everywhere. Yeah, we got some feedback. Ok so it wasn't the type of work or money she thought she'd be makin.
Pieces: You sell your work via internet, after taking pictures of your clients you directly transfer the picture to your various websites you have for promotional purposes. Although Ms. Oper may not have liked the work, you were paid a bit for such raw photography.
Tillaries rep: So what, she's not going to make a killing from this. Really there was some interest but not what she may have wanted.
Pieces: Well you will make no killing in my court and you did use her picture for work as advertisement.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Tillaries pay Ms. Karema Oper the money due to her for the use of the pictures that were taken of her.

DATED January 24, 2010                                      A.Sadiq                           
                                                                          On Behalf of Pieces                                                 




In : Orders-10 



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