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Davis & Gilbert Attorney Gary A. Kibel Selected To Speak At Leading Virtual Tradeshow For Ecommerce Markets

NEW YORK, September 16, 2005 — Davis & Gilbert announced today that attorney Gary Kibel has been selected to speak at eComXpo on October 6, 2005.  eComXpo is a virtual and online tradeshow that brings together the largest number of search, affiliate, and interactive marketers in one place and at one time. Mr. Kibel will discuss interactive advertising, online marketing and the law.  For more information and to register, please go to: http://www.ecomxpo.com/SpeakerOctoberList.htm

Mr. Kibel practices in Davis & Gilbert's New Media Group. He regularly advises the country's leading advertising, marketing, promotions and public relations agencies, technology companies, marketers and Internet and advertising trade groups on such issues as interactive advertising; customer, client and vendor contracts; adware/spyware; compliance with CAN-SPAM; FTC regulations and other laws affecting interactive businesses; wireless services, cybersquatting, privacy and security; software and content licensing; joint ventures; and copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets. Prior to becoming an attorney, Mr. Kibel was an information systems analyst with Merrill Lynch & Co.

About Davis & Gilbert LLP

Since the days when Sen. William Benton (the founder of Benton & Bowles) and his client, a major packaged goods company, asked Davis & Gilbert to structure the deal for the first radio soap opera, Davis & Gilbert has been synonymous with marketing communications and business law. Today the firm serves as counsel to many major corporations, including some of the world's leading brands, four of the largest advertising agency holding companies, independently-owned marketing and communications services companies of all sizes and types, and their owners and executives. The firm holds the preeminent position in this dynamic segment, handling virtually every legal requirement – from intellectual property, corporate governance, litigation, mergers and acquisitions, employment practices and executive benefits and compensation – to new media, real estate, taxation, estate planning and more.