The lawyer for Broadway casting offices contends they did not conduct a 'boycott' of producers. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)
Seven Broadway casting offices have until Jan. 22 to respond to allegations of violating antitrust laws as the lawsuit filed against them by The Broadway League proceeds. The allegation comes as the League claims that seven casting offices have banded together to raise their fees and have refused to work with producers who do not pay them. The League has said that this boycott is hurting Broadway producers, but a lawyer for the casting directors, who have been seeking union recognition from the League, contends that there is no boycott. In the original complaint, filed Dec. 5, the League alleged…

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