WGA, Media Company Fight Ratchets Up

Nov 25, 2008  •  Post A Comment

The National Labor Relations Board has ordered the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producer’s case against the WGA back to the Los Angeles regional director from Washington D.C. with an order to submit a complaint, the Hollywood Reporter says. The AMPTP claims that the WGA broke labor laws earlier this year when it listed the names of union members who chose to become financial core members during the writers strike, the trade says.
—Sergio Ibarra

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