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Sunday, 25 March 2012

Model Alliance Working To Pass The Freelancer Payment Protection Act

Sunday, March 25, 2012
Since announcing its launch back in 2010, the Model Alliance has moved swiftly to establish fair labor standards for the modeling industry, a place where glamour and fame often obscure poor working conditions.

The group's latest effort is The Freelancer Payment Protection Act, a law already passed in the New York State Assembly but still under review in the state Senate. The law, founder Sara Ziff explains on ModelAlliance.org, would protect models and other freelancers in New York by allowing them to file complaints against clients that won't pay up.
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