Assuming I'm a talent agent and you're my client, in the usual talent agency-client relationship, if I'm representing you and you make some sort of money from some source during the time that I'm representing you, the usual claim from a talent agency is that they're entitled to commission off whatever you make during the period of representation.
Objection. Vague and ambiguous, lacks foundation, incomplete hypothetical, calls for an expert conclusion.
I can translate it to the way I understand it. It's no different than a pimp. That's what a pimp does with a ho. A pimp will lay claim to whatever the ho produces anywhere on the planet for as long as she's a ho. And then, even after she retires from being a ho, they're still gonna make the claim. Now, whether they actually do anything or not to deserve it is a whole 'nother issue. That's kind of my experience with the talent agencies -- if they receive the phone call, if your name has been a part of their roster, if they receive a piece of mail, then as far as they're concerned, they are entitled to commission.
What does the pimp do when the ho doesn't pay?