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Davis & Gilbert Attorney Richard S. Eisert Joins The Faculty Of NYBSA’s Music Business Law Seminar

NEW YORK, October 3, 2007 — Davis & Gilbert announced today that partner Richard Eisert would be participating as faculty at the 2nd Annual Music Business Law Seminar on October 18, 2007 at New York University in New York City.  The focus of the seminar will be the future of the music industry.

Mr. Eisert will participate in a panel discussion entitled, “Where the Streets Have No Name” with Kenneth D. Freundlich, Partner, Schleimer & Freundlich, LLP; Josh Rabinowtiz, Senior Vice President, Director of Music, Grey Worldwide; and Alan Mintz, Vice President, Content Development for Starbucks Entertainment. 

Richard Eisert is a Partner in the firm’s Advertising, Marketing and Promotions and Digital Media groups.  Mr. Eisert's clients include new media and technology companies, traditional publishing entities, advertisers, and advertising agencies. He has spoken at national legal seminars relating to the advertising industry and licensing intellectual property, and been involved in several initiatives to standardize legal terms for conducting business on the Internet.

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 advertising, regulatory and intellectual property counsel to many major corporations, including some of the world's leading brands.  Davis & Gilbert counts four of the largest agency holding companies among its clients and provides services on a worldwide basis. The firm holds the preeminent position in this dynamic segment, handling virtually every legal requirement -- from corporate governance, litigation, mergers and acquisitions, employment practices and executive benefits and compensation -- to new media, real estate, taxation, estate planning and more.