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            C.  David Alter and Martin Feinstein                                                      
                  David Alter (Alter) is a graduate of the Harvard Law School                         
            and has been practicing law in New York since 1950.  He has been                          
            a partner in several law firms since 1954:  From 1954 to 1966                             
            Alter was a partner at the law firm of Squadron, Alter & Weinrib;                         
            from 1966 to 1979 he was a partner at the law firm of Alter,                              
            LeFevre, Raphael & Lowry (Alter, LeFevre);5 and from 1979 to 1989                         
            he was a partner at the law firm of Shea & Gould.  Alter has been                         
            engaged in the general practice of law with a concentration in                            
            entertainment and labor law.  Among the services he provided to                           
            his clients were the preparation and review of contracts, general                         
            tax advice, estate planning, and administering and maintaining                            
            financial records.  On occasion, some of Alter's clients asked                            
            him to review offering materials for investment opportunities                             
            that they had learned of elsewhere.  In the course of his                                 
            practice, Alter advised his clients as to the validity and merit                          
            of such investments.                                                                      
                  Alter learned of the Plastics Recycling transactions from                           
            one of the partners at Shea & Gould, Stuart Hirshfield                                    
            (Hirshfield), who in turn had been introduced to the transactions                         
            by Winer, the general partner of the Partnerships.  Alter                                 

            5     Alter, LeFevre underwent several name changes during the                            
            time Alter was a partner.  Apparently, Alter, LeFevre, Raphael &                          
            Lowry was the name of the firm by 1978.  For convenience,                                 
            references to "Alter, LeFevre" include its predecessor names                              
            while Alter was a partner.                                                                

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