-VFX Outsourcing
Regional Victories:
- Glendale
- West Hollywood
- Burbank

MPAA Endorses the Use of "Section

301" as a Valid Tool to Protect the Industry

Memo - April 23rd 2004
From Alan M. Dunn and William A. Fennell of the Washington DC-based trade law firm Stewart & Stewart.

This 3 page memo shows that a "Special 301", that is used by the MPAA, is the same as a "Section 301". (301a petition)  FTAC is using the same trade law "The Section 301" (301a petition) to end the outsourcing of our American film workers jobs. (runaway production) A "Special 301" (MPAA) and a "301a petition" (FTAC) relies upon the same "identical" Section 301 for any potential enforcement actions that may be taken to address the problems.

MPAA GETS CAUGHT

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The MPAA often argues against the use of a 301 petition... and yet they themselves have used it to protect their own profits.  Watch this video of FTAC’s attorney commenting on the MPAA’s use of the 301 petition.

 

 

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