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As you already know, your Feature Actor’s Agreement (FAA) is a complex document, and after four weeks (check out our blog posts here!) on this topic we have tackled many of the nuts and bolts that make up your contract.  You may be wondering if there possibly can be more—absolutely! Your FAA is a single...
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In our last post, we introduced you to the contract as a legal document. We further discussed your Feature Actor Agreement and the parts that should be negotiated in the contract on your behalf. Now that you understand the basics of your contract and how “final” your signed contract is, let’s discuss the parts of...
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Aki Aleong’s career has spanned more than 60 years as an actor, singer, writer, producer and activist. He has served on the National Board of the Screen Actors Guild, appointed National Chair of SAG’S EEOC and was a member of the President’s Diversity/Affirmative Action Task Force. Aki has also been Executive Director of AIM (Asians...
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Last week, The Hollywood Lawyer was pleased to be included with Moe Law Group and a local CPA as part of a free workshop for actors at CAZT studios. (See our original blog post on the event here.) Our lead Entertainment Attorney, David Kim, gave an in-depth, informative presentation on the in’s and out’s of...
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Overview As you already know, SAG-AFTRA governs the aspects of its members working conditions–from the actual conditions on the set to the ins and outs of compensation (see our previous posts on this). The Union sets minimums for all of its members regarding their regular pay, holiday pay, and overtime. Thus, members of SAG-AFTRA are...
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