Personal managers lose appeal

Galloway, Stephen
December 1995
Hollywood Reporter;12/27/95, Vol. 340 Issue 20, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on the ruling of the California Court of Appeal that personal managers must be licensed as talent agents or work with licensed talent agents if they want to procure work for their clients.


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