New Bill Aims to Protect Models from Clients Who Won’t Pay Up

Caitriona Balfe and Sara Ziff. Photo: Getty

Among the many problems plaguing the modeling industry is the fact that models have no way to recoup lost wages if a client is unwilling or unable to pay. Fortunately, the Model Alliance and Freelancers Union are working together to change that.

According to an announcement posted on Model Alliance’s site, the two organizations are working together to help pass the Freelancer Payment Protection Act, a proposed law that will help protect models and other freelancers in New York from deadbeat clients as well as protect models from wage theft by their agencies.

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