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David S. Landay

About David S. Landay, Esq.

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  • David lost his life partner and many friends to HIV/AIDS.  He lost both of his parents and sister to cancer. 
  • Broadway producer including Woman of the Year with Lauren Bacall, Raquel Welch, and Debbie Reynolds.
  • Former president of Williamsburg Life Insurance Company.
  • A founder of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS which has raised over $150,000,000 nationally to help battle HIV/AIDS
  • Ex-board chair, Community Research Initiative.
  • Former member of board of National Association of People With AIDS and National AIDS Fund.
  • Former committee member, Public Policy Committee, Cancer Care, Inc.
  • Founder, National Viator Representatives - a firm that created the concept of broker for people with a terminal illness looking to obtain money from a life insurance policy through a sale  (Viatical Settlement)
  • Former partner in the law firm, Landay and Miller.
  • Graduate of University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Finance and Commerce (major in insurance) and Harvard Law School.
  • Writer:
    • Articles for national publications and chapters in various books
    • Co-author of the book of musicals for the stage: Seven Brides For Seven Brothers and Heaven Sent

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