Agency Fights Tommy Lee Jones For $1.5M 'No Country' Fee

Law360, New York (November 1, 2012, 3:49 PM EDT) -- The William Morris Agency urged a California state court on Wednesday to uphold a labor commissioner's ruling that found Tommy Lee Jones owed the talent agency $1.5 million in fees for his role in the film "No Country for Old Men."

In a petition filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, the agency asks the court to confirm California Labor Commissioner David L. Gurley’s October finding that WME was entitled to its 10 percent commission payment from Jones.

“[WME] brings this petition to confirm the award issued...
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