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Entertainment and Sports Law Litigation Regulation

Artist’s Talent Agencies Act Claim In CA Doesn’t Bar Personal Managers’ NY Lawsuit

What happens if a personal manager files a lawsuit in a court outside of California against a talent client who has raised a California Talent Agencies Act claim in California?


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Personal managers have long complained that the California Talent Agencies Act, Calif. Labor §1700 et seq., treats them inequitably. For example, personal managers claim the phrase “procure employment” in §1700.4(a), for determining when a state talent-agent license is needed for getting work for talent, doesn’t provide sufficient clarity to managers.

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