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University of South Dakota School of Law

Monday, January 31, 2005

Bad faith in Hollywood

Relations between Hollywood stars and their agents are sometimes those of mutual confidence, trust and respect.  And sometimes not.

Miguel Schor (Suffolk) passes along a story in today's New York Times (free registration required) about how actors who have suddenly landed big contracts just as suddenly discover how much more they can make by firing the agents who helped land them.

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