“Survivor” Contract May be Invalid

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4 Responses

  1. A.J. Sutter says:

    Just wondering: if someone reveals the final winner, or the fate of an audience favorite, before air time, how do you with reasonable effort mitigate?

  2. Lawrence Cunningham says:

    I have no idea or much interest knowing and perhaps nothing can be done. But that is just one of hundreds of ways a contestant can breach the clause producing the identical stipulated payment of $5 million. I can’t see how it has any bearing on the validity of the clause. –L.C.

  3. Peter Scott says:

    Where would they get the money? People on that show barely have $500 or $5,000 in the bank. Does that matter? makes it seem crazy that the contract says paying millions or mean.

  4. Johnny Law says:

    Good Article, but, there is one substantial mistake. The following sentence has an error: “Early has now fingered the leaking contestant as Russell Hantz, and CBS has withdrawn its suit against Early and now targets Hantz.”

    CBS has indeed dropped the lawsuit against Early, but they have not targeted Hantz in any way legal, or not.