July 11, 2011
"Head of the Class" Creators Suing Talent Agency Over Alleged Side Deal, Unpaid Profits
Michael Elias and Richard Eustis, who created the late 1980s hit "Head of the Class" are suing talent agency Creative Artists Agency, alleging that CAA had a private deal with Warner Brothers to receive profits from the studio, while Mr. Elias and Mr. Eustis have received nothing. The show, say the two creators, should have garnered them 50 percent of net profits.
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