Mr. Burt brings more than 30 years of legal and business experience to his clients, including as a former General Counsel and senior executive officer with both publicly-traded and private companies and as an attorney with a leading AmLaw 200 law firm.
This includes providing counsel not only on strategic matters such as mergers and acquisitions, but also with respect to his clients’ needs on day-to-day operational, management, governance, corporate compliance, security audit, risk management, dispute avoidance and growth issues. He is extensively experienced in drafting contracts and legal documents of numerous types, and in negotiating, managing and closing diverse types of business transactions and dispute resolutions, particularly with respect to intellectual property matters and technology-focused companies, having intensive hands-on experience with both licensing and service-provider models.
Mr. Burt understands how businesses of all sizes and degrees of complexity operate, and is familiar with the legal problems that they face, providing business-oriented counsel in this regard while interacting positively with all levels of management and in-house counsel.
Barry is a native Atlantan and avid Braves fan. In fact, he was in the stands at Atlanta Fulton County Stadium (fifth row behind the Dodgers’ dugout) on 8 April 1974 to see Hank Aaron hit his 715th home run, surpassing Babe Ruth as the REAL all-time home run king. (No comment on that Barry Bonds fellow.) He even remembers that Al Downing was the pitcher who served it up to “The Hammer.” His blood runs Carolina Blue, particularly during basketball season. Barry and his wife married each other later in life, but it was worth the wait – 10+ years and counting! They love to travel, and to date their favorite trip was a Mediterranean cruise with his side of the family to celebrate his parents’ 50th wedding anniversary.