To celebrate the fortieth anniversary of Sesame Street, The Am Law Daily — whose first Halloween costume was Count Von Count — reached out to two lawyers who have been around for much of the show’s success: Roger Zissu, a founding partner of Fross, Zelnick Lehrman & Zissu who has done IP work for Jim Henson entities for decades, and Daniel Victor, who just a month ago left Sesame Workshop after 15 years as general counsel and executive vice president. Here are some of their memories of America’s happiest street.

ON JIM HENSON AND THE FOUNDING OF SESAME STREET:

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