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    -Managing Director, GCP Capital Partners, LLC

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Recent News

8
May
2014

Bold Alliance Annual Meeting May 8-9, 2014

Noreen Weiss Adler will be addressing the Bold Alliance, an industry group of technology companies across Europe, at their annual meeting in Helsinki and Stockholm on May 8-9, 2014.  Her speech will focus on the evolving landscape for access to capital for small and emerging companies.

5 Things General Motors Needs To Do Right Now

Workout and Restructuring partner Eric W. Sleeper quoted on the ramifications of the General Motors’ ignition defect recall. Law 360, April 9, 2014   View Article

13
May
2014

Seed Forum International: New York Conference for Investors

Roger E. Barton will deliver a keynote address at the 18th Seed Forum Conference in New York City.  Ten international companies seeking capital investment have been selected to present to qualified investors, family offices and venture capital funds at the forum.

Cynthia Rubin Featured in New York Real Estate Jornal

Family Law Attorney Cynthia Rubin Featured in this months edition of The NY Real Estate Journal.

New York Law Journal 2013

Barton featured in 10 practice areas by the New York Law Journal’s 2013 Boutique and Practice-Specific Law Firm Guide

Super Lawyers 2013

Roger E. Barton (Business\Corporate) named Super Lawyer 2013

Of Note

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.