Foley & Lardner: Partner Re-elected To Prestigious Board

Foley & Lardner LLP announced today that Madison partner David G. Walsh has been unanimously re-elected president of the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents for a second consecutive term.

“We are proud of David’s commitment to leading Wisconsin’s higher education system through the new challenges it will face this year,” said Ralf Boer, chairman and CEO of Foley & Lardner. “He is truly invested in making contributions that will prepare the state for growth in the 21st century.”

Walsh has served as president of the Board of Regents since June 2005. He began his service as a Regent in 2003 and previously served as vice president of the Board. Walsh will serve as board president until June 2007.

He is a partner in Foley & Lardner’s Madison office and is a member of the firm’s Public Affairs & Government Procurement Practice and the Sports Industry Team. He has represented communications entities for over 30 years, developing particular skill in cable television and telecommunications law. He has assisted cable television companies and competitive local exchange carriers in all aspects of their business, including corporate structuring, franchising, and facility siting. Significant firm clients in the telecommunications and cable television areas include Charter Communications, Inc., TDS Telecom, Inc., Bresnan Communications, Inc., and TDS Metrocom, Inc.

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