Hollywood agencies 'evaluating all legal options' in writers dispute

Screen | 4/18/2019 | Jeremy Kay
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One day after the Writers Guild of America (WGA) sued Hollywood’s top four agencies over packaging fees, the agencies have struck back over the technicalities of who can find work for whom.

In a letter sent to members sent on Thursday (18), the Association Of Talent Agents (ATA) said it was “evaluating all legal options” as it attacked the legality of the WGA’s so-called ’delegation of authority’, instructing writers who have fired their agents to use the representational services of managers and attorneys instead.

ATA - Executive - Director - Karen - Stuart

ATA executive director Karen Stuart said the law was clear and that numerous decisions by the California Labor Commissioner have determined that “no one other than a...
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