ALBANY, N.Y. (Legal Newsline) — New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced a lawsuit Feb. 6 against GND Studios LLC, a photography studio operating as Big League Pics, and its owner, Robert Dungan, for allegations of failing to deliver photographs of youth baseball and softball players to hundreds of parents who had purchased photos.

Schneiderman seeks restitution, cost and penalties, as well as a permanent injunction that would bar the defendants from conducting business in the state until filing a $25,000 performance bond.

“New Yorkers spent their hard-earned money to have a keepsake of their children’s baseball and softball experiences," Schneiderman said. "Parents were right to cry foul when Big League Pics allegedly didn’t deliver – and my office will seek to hold the company responsible for depriving parents of both their dollars and their memories.” 

Handling the case for New York were assistant attorneys general Emily Auletta and Amy Schallop. Senior consumer frauds representative John Van Voris and investigator Mark Rudd provided assistance, and deputy bureau chief Laura J. Levine and bureau chief Jane M. Azia of the Consumer Frauds and Protection Bureau supervised the case.

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