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Legal Fiction

Elizabeth Ferrars

Legal Fiction

by Elizabeth Ferrars

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Published by Chivers Press in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published, London, Collins, 1964.

StatementElizabeth Ferrars.
SeriesLythway Large Print Books
The Physical Object
Pagination(328)p. ;
Number of Pages328
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16255045M
ISBN 100745115705

  In contrast, any book giving professional advice, whether it’s business, legal, medical or tax advice, is full of disclaimers. For my book, Self-Publisher’s Legal Handbook, I go on and on with disclaimers, including the following: Although I am a lawyer, I am not your lawyer. Bob Huffman, Jr., Author Creative Arts Book Company $ (p) ISBN

The Legal Consequences of Using Real People in Fiction. Ask a Lawyer Series When Fiction & Reality Collide. By Attorney Lloyd J. Jassin. Q: My main character is loosely based on a real person. I mean, that's who inspired me. I never identify him by name (he's my ex-friend) and I've made up 90% of the events that happen in the book.   Q: Is it OK to write a fictional story about a historical character like Paul Revere or John Hancock? —Charles. A: The answer to that question is the same as the answer to this one: Is Brian A. Klems breathtakingly handsome? In case you hesitated, the correct answer is yes. Capital Y-E-S. (Also, when you hesitated, I died a little inside).

  The finalists have been chosen for the seventh annual Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction, and now is your time to weigh in on which book should win. . Cynthia E. Tobisman has won the Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction for her second published novel, Proof. “I am honored, humbled, and frankly, totally stunned,” Tobisman said in a press.


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