Cablevision taps Schwartz

August 2003
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;8/5/2003, Vol. 379 Issue 41, p6
The television company Cablevision Systems Corp. said on Monday that it has hired former AOL Time Warner Inc. lawyer Jonathan Schwartz as its general counsel. Schwarte is a former Department of Justice official who was hired by AOL TW as deputy general counsel in August 2002 to help the media company handle Securities and Exchange Commission and DOJ probes into advertising deals struck by its America Online unit.


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