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LAKE BUENA VISTA - Jimmy Hoffa Jr.'s name doesn't pull much weight with Walt Disney World.
That's the gist of Disney's formal reply to an Orange Circuit Court lawsuit filed by Boca Raton-based International Network of Conferences.
The company contends Disney owes six-figure commission fees for rooms booked on behalf of the United Auto Workers-Chrysler Joint Activities Board. The group held its annual conference at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort in February of 1998.
According to the suit, Disney promised to pay INC a 10 percent commission, or $108,000, on the 9,000 room nights that were used. The United Auto Workers is planning to hold its …