L.V. talent agents disagree over disclosing fees

Cruz, Sheri
June 1997
Las Vegas Business Press;06/09/97, Vol. 14 Issue 23, p30
Focuses on the attempts of talent agents in Las Vegas, Nevada to improve their business amidst disagreements on how to disclose the fees received and paid for talents and artists. Tainted reputation of agents; Overcharging of clients and underpayment of talents; Disclosure requirements under state laws.


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