Writers Guild of America West (Q8038459)

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  • WGAW
  • WGA West
  • Writers Guild of America West, Inc.
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Writers Guild of America West
labor union
  • WGAW
  • WGA West
  • Writers Guild of America West, Inc.

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6 April 1933
Screen Writers' Guild
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1998 WGA ANNUAL REPORT TO WRITERS (English)
23 February 2020
The formation of the Guild in 1933 and its reconfiguration in 1954 radically met the changing industrial situations of those times. (English)
Call It The Spirits Of 76 (English)
23 February 2020
On April 6, 1933, the Screen Writers Guild was founded. (English)
Screen Writers' Guild of the Authors' League of America, Inc. (English)
6 April 1933
1 March 1938
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1998 WGA ANNUAL REPORT TO WRITERS (English)
23 February 2020
The formation of the Guild in 1933 and its reconfiguration in 1954 radically met the changing industrial situations of those times. (English)
Call It The Spirits Of 76 (English)
23 February 2020
On April 6, 1933, the Screen Writers Guild was founded. (English)
In the Matter of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, and Motion Picture Producers Assn., et al. and Screen Writers' Guild, Inc. (English)
4 June 1938
23 February 2020
Screen Writers' Guild, Inc. (English)
1 March 1938
1954
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In the Matter of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, and Motion Picture Producers Assn., et al. and Screen Writers' Guild, Inc. (English)
4 June 1938
23 February 2020
Writers Guild of America, West, Inc. (English)
1954
19 December 2017
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Reply Affidavit of Richard B. Jablow (English)
The Authors League of America is a membership corporation organized under the laws of the State of New York... In August of 1954, the Authors League of America was reorganized and consisted then, as it does now, of just the Authors Guild and the Dramatists Guild. In December of 1954, the Writers Guild of America, East, Inc. was incorporated as a membership corporation under the laws of the State of New York and was composed of the old Radio Writers Guild, the old Television Writers Group and the old Screen Writers Guild...The contracts...are now within the jurisdiction of the Writers Guild of America, East, Inc. with the consent of all of the parties involved. (English)
1 June 1955
23 February 2020
Writers Guild of America West, Inc. (English)
19 December 2017
1 reference
Reply Affidavit of Richard B. Jablow (English)
The Authors League of America is a membership corporation organized under the laws of the State of New York... In August of 1954, the Authors League of America was reorganized and consisted then, as it does now, of just the Authors Guild and the Dramatists Guild. In December of 1954, the Writers Guild of America, East, Inc. was incorporated as a membership corporation under the laws of the State of New York and was composed of the old Radio Writers Guild, the old Television Writers Group and the old Screen Writers Guild...The contracts...are now within the jurisdiction of the Writers Guild of America, East, Inc. with the consent of all of the parties involved. (English)
1 June 1955
23 February 2020
Writers Guild of America West
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