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United Talent Agency Stands To Lose More Than $150 Million Because Of COVID-19 Shut Downs, Including GUNS N’ ROSES Tour

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According to Hollywood Reporter, United Talent Agency is suing its insurers over their denial of pandemic-related coverage without doing a meaningful investigation of its claims – and says it stands to lose more than $150 million because of COVID-19 shut downs. “At least 13 UTA employees, five spouses, and…For more, check out: (Source)

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