liablility

Subject: liablility
From: Alexander Von_obert <avobert -at- TWH -dot- MSN -dot- SUB -dot- ORG>
Date: Sun, 3 Mar 1996 10:02:00 +0100

Hello Greg,


* Antwort auf eine Nachricht von Greg Cento an All am 15.02.96

GC> From: Greg Cento <greg -at- focus-systems -dot- on -dot- ca>

GC> I've been asked to write and produce a corporate
GC> portfolio for a
GC> high tech company in the environmental field.

GC> My question: are there any issues of liability I
GC> should be
GC> concerned about in the writing of this marketing material? I'm
GC> not writing
GC> procedures for any of their technology, but I will likely make
GC> some claims
GC> about that technology, as well as the people and what they can
GC> accomplish.

please keep in mind that this is a strictly European point of view. But I
cannot imagine that your position should be radically different:

- I understand that you collect and organize information your
customer gives you.

- Your customer knows much more about the subject than you do.

- Your customer is able to check your work.

- Your customer is liable for everything he delivers to his
customers.

From this point of view I could imagine that most of your responsibility is on
correct spelling and other things your customer might not be so good at.
But he is to check and re-check the facts you describe.

If the subject should go to court, someone responsible for some product and not
able to read some plain English text should have a bad time...



Greetings from Germany,
Alexander

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