Fargo attorney Tim O’Keeffe said the photos and videos are being secured and “kept safely” on hard drives, but it’s a “logistical challenge” to get them to customers and it could take weeks. He declined to comment on the status of any potential refunds.
A attorney for a North Dakota photography business that unexpectedly left business and left many wedding couples in an in-between state said Wednesday the organization is attempting to deliver photographs and pictures, It’s unclear whether clients who paid in advance for uncompleted work will be discounted. Two state agencies are investigating the closure of Glasser Images and the entrepreneur is confronting a few claims. The attorney general has gotten in excess of 450 complaints from clients and photographers who worked as contractors for the company. The Department of Labor and Human Rights has gotten claims from Glasser employees looking for neglected wages.
“As some of you know, this is a large photography studio, imaging studio, 150 subcontractors working with Glasser Images,” O’Keeffe said. “There were weddings being shot throughout North Dakota and other states.”
Glasser Images photographed weddings throughout the Dakotas, Minnesota and Colorado without charging for travel costs, according to the company website. Owner Jack Glasser said in a statement that the studio could not remain financially viable, due in large part to the coronavirus pandemic.
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