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SAG-AFTRA votes to allow employers to mandate Covid-19 vaccination as a condition of employment. Current “return-to-work protocols” expire June 30 and are being renegotiated by the major companies and unions. In a 75%-25% vote, SAG-AFTRA’s national board of directors approved a “motion that authorizes the union’s staff to approve requests for mandatory vaccination policies in...
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Damon Dash is being sued by Roc-A-Fella, the company that he co-founded, for attempting to auction off Jay-Z’s 1996 album, “Reasonable Doubt,” as an NFT. Claiming that the suit is merely a scare tactic, Dash responded, saying that he has every right to sell and was “not attempting to sell any one of Jay-Z’s albums,...
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The Writers Guild of America East has confirmed that 204 employees of the MSNBC’s newsroom bargaining unit “have signed a petition to recognize the guild as their bargaining representative and that more are expected to sign up in the coming days.”  The roles affected by this effort include news writers, producers, booking producers, fact-checkers, and...
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Legal professionals can focus their practice on various areas and can help you avoid a wide range of legal hassles that may arise within the context of the entertainment industry. When seeking a lawyer, it is important to be sure that the attorney by your side has significant experience and a strong reputation in the...
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Midnight Syndicate, a popular band of the Halloween genre, filed a copyright claim against producer Juicy J, Megan thee Stallion, Paper Route Empire, and Empire Music. The lawsuit is over the son “RNB,” which Syndicate says is nearly a full copy of their song “Nocterm Aeternus,” and they were never paid or contacted about the...
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