Oestreicher Named to Patriots Circle at WWII Museum

New Orleans attorney, David Oestreicher, has been named to the Patriots Circle at the National World War II Museum.

patriots circle artworkThe Patriots Circle represents a special group of Americans dedicated to preserving the artifacts and personal accounts that serve as examples of teamwork, courage, sacrifice and leadership exemplified by the men and women of the World War II generation. These attributes are ideals that the leadership at the National WWII Museum feels this country needs today.

Throughout history, the word patriot has been reserved for those who demonstrate their commitment to home and country in word and deed.

At The National WWII Museum, we honor Patriots every day. They are the men and women fought and sacrificed for the freedom we all enjoy today, and we’ve created a special circle of support in their honor — the Patriots Circle.

The members of this exclusive circle are national ambassadors for the Museum and its mission of World War II preservation. In exchange, members enjoy VIP access to the Museum’s programs and leadership, as well as public recognition as key vanguards.

Along with invitations to exclusive events, guest passes for friends and family and other special gifts, Patriots Circle members are listed on the Honor Roll of Charter Members, the annual donor wall in the Museum’s main Pavilion and inclusion in the Museum’s annual report as a key investor.

Oestreicher Elected Parliamentarian at NO Jazz Festival

David Oestreicher, II has been elected to the office of Parliamentarian of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and Foundation. He will replace former Chief Judge Michael Bagneris of the Civil District Court for Orleans Parish. The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and Foundation owns the New Orleans Jazz Festival. The Foundation’s mission is:…

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Oestreicher wins a jury verdict in suit against City of New Orleans

New Orleans lawyer David W. Oestreicher, II won a jury verdict in the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals for the case Young v. City of New Orleans. The action was brought pursuant to 42 U.S.C. Sec. 1983 for the alleged use of excessive physical force by members of the New Orleans Police Department. To…

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Jazz Fest retains Local Charm and Caps Off a Profitable Decade since 2004

After the 2004 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival lost money, there was talk of slashing the next year’s budget. But longtime Fest producer Quint Davis’ new partners at AEG Live advocated for the opposite strategy. They said you can’t cut your way out of this. “This” refers to financial straits Jazz Fest found itself in, and…

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