For many years he was noticed in the world of professional boxing, as a ring
announcer, promoter and attorney for many boxing greats, including Eddie
Mustapha Muhammad, Light Heavyweight Champion of the World. Eisenberg had a
radio boxing show, was the subject of several articles in Ring Magazine, was
the ring announcer at the internationally televised (FNN and ABC) Johnny Du
Ploy / Reynaldo Snipes Match, and separately interviewed both MUHAMMAD ALI and
TOMMY ¬"THE HIT-MAN¬" HEARNS. He also has been a major promoter and supporter of
Milwaukee¬'s local Al Moreland Boxing Club, and the Annual Golden Gloves events.
Because he had been a night-club singer, stand-up comic and actor during
his college years, and also did a short stint with the Milwaukee
Florentine Opera Company after he became a lawyer, Eisenberg knew his
way around the entertainment industry. He soon had a major following of
nationally known entertainers as clientele in his law office. He
represented Jerry Lee Lewis, George Jones, Ruby Starr, the Booze
Brothers, Dee Robb and the Robbs, and many, many others. For many
years, he was an annual presenter at the ¬"WAMI¬" (Wisconsin Area Music
Eisenberg has long been recognized as a prolific author in his own
right. As an attorney, he authored several articles published in Trial
Magazine, house organ of the American Trial Lawyers Association, the
lead articles published in The American Journal of Trial Advocacy, as
well as The Oklahoma City University Law School Law Review. In the
mid-Eighties, he combined forces with Thomas P. Curtis, former Milwaukee
Sentinel editorial page cartoonist and editorial cartoonist of Buckley¬'s
National Review and developed a cartoon strip for National Syndication.
The strip, ¬"GUSTAVE WIND,¬" ran locally in the Shepherd Express.
Eisenberg has authored many columns in major metropolitan newspapers and
is currently featured as a regular columnist Renaissance Magazine. He is
currently also the co-founder with Atty. L. Mandy Stellman, of Monicas
With Attitude and his writings are currently in print all over America.
Let me get this right. You're posting this guy's bio that comes from his web
site that HE wrote about himself and you used three pages of bandwidth to do
it? What's your problem? WHo gives a shit?