D. Jeffrey Hirschberg
D. Jeffrey Hirschberg joined Kalorama Partners in May 2004. Prior to joining Kalorama. Mr. Hirschberg directed the Corporate Responsibility Practice of Howrey Simon Arnold & White. Previously, he was Vice-Chairman of Ernst & Young for public policy and a partner in its legal department.
Mr. Hirschberg represented Ernst & Young and corporations before Congress, the Justice Department, the Securities and Exchange Commission and regulatory bodies. He helped draft and secure passage of the Private Securities Litigation Enforcement Act of 1995 and of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1978. From 1972-80, Mr. Hirschberg was Special Counsel to the Deputy U.S. Attorney General, Deputy Chief of the Criminal Division’s Special Litigation Section (defense of national security related issues), and a Senior Trial Lawyer in its Fraud Section. Earlier, he served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney.
Since 2002, he has been a Governor of the US Broadcasting Board of Governors(appointment of President Bush), which directs all non-military U.S. international broadcasting. He was a Director of the U.S.-Russian Investment Fund (appointment of President Clinton), Director of the US-Russia Business Council (ten years), Israel Policy Forum, U.S.-Russia Center for Entrepreneurship, and a member of the Board of Advisors of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Reporter.
Mr. Hirschberg received his B.S. degree in 1967 from the University of Wisconsin, other and his J.D. degree in 1971 from Marquette University Law School. He has been a director of various corporations and charitable entities, and a frequent lecturer. His practice concentrates on advising corporations, their officers and directors, as well as Sovereigns, on their appropriate course of conduct.
Why the economy is cratering: a guide for reporters
COMMENTARY | January 24, 2008
Martin Lobel and D. Jeffrey Hirschberg break down and examine the components of the economy’s plunge and urge the press to take a hard look at how Congress and the Administration plan to deal with it.
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