Hollywood will have its eyes on Sacramento Tuesday as the California Supreme Court hears arguments in a case that could shake up the way personal managers and their fame-hungry clients conduct business.

The case has the entertainment world all atwitter because the outcome will have a major impact on the complex interplay between personal managers, talent agents and entertainers. Millions of dollars in commissions are at stake not only in California but also in entertainment centers such as New York and Nashville, which have business connections with Hollywood.

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