David L. Gersh is a recovering corporate lawyer whose long and checkered career started with his first deal, when he was sent to the great metropolis of New York for two days at the behest of his boss, Mickey Rudin, to participate on behalf of Frank Sinatra in the sale of a bedraggled Hollywood movie studio to a small funeral company (now known as Time Warner), and returned two and a half months later, sidetracking a promising future as an impoverished poet.

He attended Harvard Law School quiet by accident. He is now a retired partner of one of the great international law firms, Paul Hastings, which he still loves dearly, from afar.

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