September 19, 2012 -- David Ginsburg, the executive director of the law school's Entertainment, Media, and Intellectual Property Law Program, commented on a rash of legal actions spreading through Hollywood's talent representation community. His comments appear in a Hollywood Reporter article.
"Amid economic pressure, mergers and management change, agencies are more zealous about potential revenue identification and collection," notes David Ginsburg, executive director of UCLA Law School's entertainment, media and IP law program. "Where they used to make accommodations, they now may choose to fight over it."
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