Grubman Indursky Announces Name Change

Adds Firm Veteran Lawrence Shire to Name

Nov 09, 2005, 00:00 ET from Grubman Indursky & Shire, P.C.

    NEW YORK, Nov. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Grubman Indursky, P.C., a leading
 entertainment and media law firm, announced today that, effective January 1,
 2006, the firm will be known as Grubman Indursky & Shire, P.C. The change adds
 firm veteran Lawrence Shire to the name.
     Grubman Indursky, which was founded by Allen Grubman and Arthur Indursky
 more than 30 years ago, began as a music industry boutique firm, but has
 expanded over the years into a broad based entertainment and media
 transactional firm with 30 attorneys. The firm represents high profile
 personalities and businesses in an array of industries including music, film,
 television, theater, publishing, fashion and new media. The firm's clients
 include U2, Bruce Springsteen, David Geffen and Dreamworks, Madonna, Clive
 Davis, Elton John, Calvin Klein and David Rockwell.
     Shire, who joined the firm 15 years ago from Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton
 & Garrison, specializes in film, television, publishing and fashion. He has
 been instrumental in the growth of the firm in these sectors of the
 entertainment industry, representing clients such as Martha Stewart Living
 Omnimedia, Barbara Walters, Robert DeNiro and Tribeca Productions, Vera Wang, and Maxim magazine.
     "Larry has been a key part of the firm's expansion throughout the
 entertainment and media industry," said Grubman and Indursky. "This name
 change recognizes his vital role in the firm's evolution and growth."
     The firm is poised for continued growth and leadership. As the
 entertainment and media industries evolve into the new digital world, Grubman
 Indursky & Shire will play a leading role in that universe.

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