Wedding Lawsuit of the Decade

This one takes the cake, folks. Todd J. Remis of Manhattan married in 2003, but he didn’t like the services of his photography studio. He claimed that H & H Photographers, a 65-year-old studio “known fondly among thousands of former and current Bronx residents,” missed photographing the last dance and the bouquet toss.

Forget that the wedding took place more than seven years ago. And that Mr. Remis has demanded to be repaid the $4,100 cost of the photography and and additional $48,000 (!) to recreate the entire wedding and fly the principals to New York so the celebration can be re-shot by another photographer. So what’s the kicker? He is now divorced from his wife, and he doesn’t even know where she lives (supposedly she is back in her native Latvia).

What a totally wild story.

And a personal call to action: if you hire me to shoot your wedding, I promise to be there from beginning to end. I don’t charge by the hour. 

One thought on “Wedding Lawsuit of the Decade

  1. This abusive lawsuit would mean a lot more if the a$$-hat had actually paid for and picked up the wedding photos. The studio never got paid, so his claim of they didn’t photograph it all is EMPTY, How would he know? He never picked up the pics, and the whole thing seems designed to avoid the debt he NEVER paid…

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