WGA Won't Get More Time To Fight Agencies' Injunction Bid

By Julia Arciga (November 23, 2020, 9:37 PM EST) -- A California federal court has refused Writers Guild of America's bid to delay a hearing scheduled for next month on a Hollywood talent agency's request for an order to halt the guild's alleged boycott over a dispute about how agents are paid.

In a one-page order Friday, the court denied an eight-week delay of the hearing, scheduled for Dec. 18. However, the order did grant the East and West divisions of the WGA a one week extension to file its opposition to the agencies' effort after the guild said the Black Friday deadline was not possible.

The guild requested the delay...

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