ESA Names New General Counsel

Videogame industry trade group and E3 Expo organizer the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) has hired Christian Genetski as its new General Counsel. He’ll begin working for the trade association in July, according to the ESA. He replaces SVP and general counsel Kenneth Doroshow, who left the trade group in late January to join the Burford Group, the investment adviser to Burford Capital, as a managing director. He helped represent the videogame industry in the high profile California videogame law currently under review by the Supreme Court.

Genetski’s past accomplishments include serving as a founding partner at Zwillinger Genetski LLP, as a partner at Sonnenschein, and as a federal prosecutor in the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section.

"Christian is a highly praised and respected attorney who brings with him years of experience on issues critical to our members future success," said Michael D. Gallagher, president and CEO of the ESA. "He will be a strong addition to an already accomplished and remarkable team."



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