Agent Dan Aloni Sues CAA for $5 Million in Allegedly Unpaid Bonuses

Dan Aloni, the top talent agent who recently was fired by CAA and hired by rival Wme, has filed a legal action against his former employer alleging he's owed more than $5 million in unpaid bonuses. In a petition to compel arbitration filed Monday in Los Angeles Superior Court and obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, Aloni -- whose clients include director Christopher Nolan, comic actor Mike Meyers and writer-producer David Goyer -- claims he's been short-shrifted by CAA and been denied a proper arbitration of his claims. "Mr. Aloni has various claims against CAA arising out of its wrongful termination

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