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WME sued by former head of reality TV

William Morris Agency's former head of reality TV, John Ferriter, has sued the William Morris Endeavor agency and its principals for unlawful termination, fraud, defamation and slander and is asking for damages of $25 million. Ferriter claims that he was unjustly pushed out of the agency after the merger, among other accusations.
December 2, 2009

William Morris Agency’s former head of reality TV, John Ferriter, has sued the William Morris Endeavor agency and its principals for unlawful termination, fraud, defamation and slander and is asking for damages of $25 million. Ferriter claims that he was unjustly pushed out of the agency after the merger, among other accusations.

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