A Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit Challenging the Constitutionality of the California Talent Agencies Act
Personal managers have forfeited or been forced to negotiate away $500 million
in earned compensation due to the California Talent Agencies Act (TAA),
which for decades has violated the constitutional rights of personal
managers — until now!
With your tax-deductible* contribution, you can help stop this injustice that has subjected managers nationwide to bankruptcy, foreclosure, divorce, suicide and other personal tragedies.
The National Conference of Personal Managers (NCOPM), with the support of the Music Managers Forum - US (MMF-US) and the Talent Managers Association (TMA), has petitioned the U. S. District Court - Central District of California to declare the TAA unconstitutional and to enjoin the California Labor Commissioner from enforcing the TAA.
Contribute now to the NCOPM Stop TAA Legal Fund to help stop the TAA and allow personal managers to engage in their chosen occupation without fear of government-ordered forfeiture and other civil rights violations. Legal fees and costs for this lawsuit are funded solely by contributions to the NCOPM Stop TAA Legal Fund.
Donate Today! totheNCOPMStopTAALegalFund
To contribute by by check, make your check payable to "NCOPM TAA Legal Fund" and mail to: