The consequences of the and the failing to reach an agreement on a new franchise agreement “are literally unknowable but could upend the way the television business has operated for decades,” according to a blog posted by , an entertainment attorney at the Fox Rothschild law firm.
Noting that his firm represents many writers and works closely with agents, he said that in writing the blog it was not his intention to take sides. This is his take on the issues, and how it could shake out as the April 6 deadline for an agreement is fast approaching.
“Talent agencies licensed by the State of California have a statutory monopoly over the procurement of employment in the entertainment industry. New York has a