Talent Agency CAA Can Rep Writers Again With WGA Deal

By Lauren Berg (December 16, 2020, 10:01 PM EST) -- Hollywood talent agency Creative Artists Agency and the Writers Guild of America unions told a California federal judge Wednesday that they have reached a deal in a dispute over fee structures, allowing the agency to resume representing writers.

CAA and the East and West divisions of the WGA reached the new franchise agreement just before a hearing set for Friday, during which CAA planned to ask U.S. District Judge André Birotte Jr. to stop the WGA's boycott of the agency.

"CAA and the WGA have concluded and signed a franchise agreement confirming CAA can resume representing writers and continue the important...

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