Munck Wilson Mandala Attorney Michael McCabe Discusses Tomi Lahren Lawsuit

Tomi Lahren wants her Facebook page back but faces ‘uphill battle’ in legal fight with Glenn Beck

A clause in the contract says The Blaze doesn’t have to broadcast Lahren’s shows and that it fulfills its obligations by paying her salary. That “pay or play” provision could shield The Blaze from Lahren’s complaint, said Michael McCabe, a Dallas attorney who leads employment litigation cases for the firm Munck Wilson Mandala. Pay or play clauses are common in the entertainment industry and serve as a guarantee that an artist or personality will get paid even if the producer later decides that the personality’s services are no longer needed, McCabe said.

Read the entire article at The Dallas Morning News.

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