Following today’s earlier announcement that Former General Counsel of A&E, Doug Jacobs, was joining the firm as a Partner, Mr. Jacobs had an opportunity to speak with Jon Lafayette, Business Editor at Broadcasting & Cable, about the transition. Mr. Jacobs touched upon the current state of the Television Business, as well as the future of
Cowan, DeBaets, Abrahams & Sheppard LLP (CDAS) is proud to announce that Doug Jacobs, recently Executive Vice President and Senior Counsel of A&E Television Networks, has joined the firm as a partner in its New York office. Mr. Jacobs’ practice will primarily focus on matters involving the cable television industry and the evolving digital media universe,
Tomorrow, CDAS attorney Eleanor M. Lackman will discuss the Aereo case on the NPR show “On Point” between 10am and 11am EST. Live questions from callers will be possible in markets where the show runs live, which can be streamed here, and the show will be available via the NPR website and app.
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Seven Cowan, DeBaets, Abrahams & Sheppard attorneys were selected for inclusion in the 2013 edition of New York Metro Super Lawyers. Each year, only five percent of Manhattan attorneys receive this honor. CDAS congratulates attorneys Frederick P. Bimbler, Susan H. Bodine, Timothy J. DeBaets, Robert I. Freedman, Eleanor M. Lackman, Mary E. Rasenberger and Nancy