Discuss, in detail, Lake v. Walmart (1998).
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1. What are the facts of the case? (i.e. What did defendant do that led to plaintiff filing a lawsuit?)
While on vacation in March 1995, the plaintiffs, Elli Lake and Melissa Weber, were photographed together, nude, in the shower; the photograph was taken by Weber’s sister. Upon their return home to Minnesota, they deposited five rolls of film for developing at a Wal-Mart photo lab. When the plaintiffs returned, they received developed photographs and negatives, but also an enclosed notice informing them that, due to the “nature” of one or more of the photographs, one/some of the photographs had not been printed. However, by February 1996, Lake and Weber were made aware that the photograph...
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