Davis Weinstock is Chairman Emeritus of Mercury Clark & Weinstock. In this role he counsels leaders of governments and complex multinational organizations with respect to strategies relating to relationships and reputations. Mr. Weinstock’s client relationships have included Presidents of France, Mexico and the United States; Kings of Morocco and Jordan; South Africa, Japan, Colombia, Germany and United Arab Emirates. He has also represented Harvard Graduate School of Business, Yale University, New York Stock Exchange, Les Bourses, Securities & Exchange Commission, and Federal Trade Commission. The roster of private clients encompasses engagements with the Chief Executive Officers of many largest multinationals, particularly those based in the U.S. and France, a sampling being Microsoft, Renault-Nissan, Kering, Groupe Artemis, Ford Motor, Walt Disney, Gillette, Eli Lilly, Conde’ Nast, Goldman Sachs, Volkswagen Group, Four Seasons, JPMorganChase, Harley-Davidson, Ralph Lauren and CBS.

Mr. Weinstock and his firm have advised and negotiated on nearly two hundred transactions regarding major mergers and acquisitions. Additional work as a writer /producer has included numerous series and programs for three national networks and the BBC, three plays presented in New York, two feature films, and articles in national publications. In volunteer activities, Mr. Weinstock serves on the boards of Nation Institute, W. E. Du Bois Institute at Harvard University, PEN America Center, and Protect Our Defenders. He also has chaired and served on the boards of Hopkins School, Bank Street College, CORO, Children’s Defense Fund, and New Visions For Public Schools. Davis Weinstock was educated at Harvard College and London School of Economics. He is married to the writer Elizabeth Hawes. They have three children, and live in New York City and Martha’s Vineyard.