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-Dave McTague, former CEO Cole Haan
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-Managing Director, GCP Capital Partners, LLC
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-Nick True, Chairman, TLC Marketing Worldwide, London
Deborah A. Reperowitz will be speaking on December 6, 2013 at the American Bankruptcy Institutes 25th Annual Winter Leadership Conference on the following topic: “Lender vs. Lender: Let’s Get Ready to Rumble. The conference will be held at the Terranea Resort, Rancho Palos Verdes, California.
The Knowledge Congress, IPOs, Private Placements and Crowdfunding, December 18, 2013 Noreen Weiss Adler leads a webinar panel on How the JOBS Act Spawned a Corporate Finance Revolution.
Barton featured in 10 practice areas by the New York Law Journal’s 2013 Boutique and Practice-Specific Law Firm Guide
Roger E. Barton (Business\Corporate) and Debbie Reperowitz (Bankruptcy) named Super Lawyers 2013
ACID is the leading UK trade organization dedicated to protecting the intellectual property rights of over 1000 member companies in the design and manufacturing industries. Barton LLP has been selected to provide advice, support and legal representation to ACID’s members for Intellectual Property protection, enforcement and defense.
This new Thompson Reuters publication draws on his years of legal practice and over 1500 lectures that Mastbaum has given to financial institutions, rating agencies and industry players around the world on the inner workings of the Capital Markets.
Barton LLP secures complete victory for Regal Entertainment Group in Title VII sexual harassment and employment discrimination suit.
Barton successfully obtained dismissal in the US District Court of a Title VII suit brought by a former Regal Cinemas employee claiming sexual harassment and employment discrimination. Barton attorneys obtained summary judgment by establishing that Regal had adequate antidiscrimination policies in place and vigorously followed those policies. Barton was also successful in obtaining an order of sanctions against plaintiff’s counsel by proving that counsel breached its obligation under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure to advise plaintiff to preserve electronically stored information on her laptop hard drive. USDC Judge Cogan cited the quality of representation provided by Barton as a basis for sanctions. Cajamarca v. Regal Entertainment Group, No. 11 Civ. 2780(BMC), 2012 WL 3782437 (E.D.N.Y. Aug. 31, 2012). Barton subsequently obtained complete dismissal by summary judgment of a companion case brought in the New York State Supreme Court.