National Conference of Personal Managers Gets Day In Court

PASADENA, CA, (CelebrityAccess) — The lawsuit brought by the National Conference of Personal Managers (NCOPM) challenging the constitutionality of the CA Talent Agencies Act will finally have its day in court a oral arguments have been scheduled for Mar. 6, 2015.

protection rights, interfering and burdening interstate commerce, restraining First Amendment commercial speech rights, impairing the constitutionally protected right to contract and subjecting mangers through legal coercion to enforced service without compensation.

"The provisions, interpretation and enforcement of the TAA have unfairly singled out personal managers and denied us our constitutional rights," said NCOPM President Clinton Ford Billups Jr.

"Personal managers have lost In excess of $500,000,000 in legitimately earned compensation either because the California Labor Commissioner has wrongfully ordered disgorgement of their compensation or managers have been forced to settle for fear of facing the risks and legal costs of TAA controversies," Billups added. – Staff Writers

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