WGA fi-core case heads back to L.A.

AMPTP claims the guild violated labor laws

The case over whether the WGA violated labor laws by listing names of members who elected to become financial core members during the 100-day strike is heading back to Los Angeles.

On Friday, the general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board in Washington ordered the case, instituted by the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers, remanded to the Los Angeles regional director with instructions to issue a complaint.

The AMPTP says the WGA's letter naming 28 writers was a direct violation of federal labor law.
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