Friday, April 08, 2011

Talent Scam Prevention Act Violator Pleads No Contest

The operator of a talent management company has pleaded no contest to two violations of the Krekorian Talent Scam Prevention Act of 2009.
The law specifically prohibits talent services from engaging in the business of talent representation and charging money upfront for the promise of securing jobs. It also requires such services to post a $50,000 bond with the state and calls for use of unambiguous language in contracts with aspiring performers

(from Variety).

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