Before the coronavirus, Hollywood was preparing for a writers’ strike. Why that’s less likely.March 19, 2020 – Media Mention
Los Angeles Times & TV Insider
Entertainment Litigator Dan Stone spoke to Los Angeles Times about how TV networks are handling coronavirus shutdowns.
“The current economic environment makes the prospect of a writers’ strike less likely,” said Daniel Stone, partner in the litigation and entertainment and media groups at Greenberg Glusker."COVID-19 has brought film and television production to a grinding halt, and we are all living in a time of uncertainty. No one wants to face the prospect of prolonged unemployment during a recession.”
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