Greenberg Traurig scoops up GC from global gaming firm

January 10, 2014 The General Counsel at Gaming Partners International Corporation is leaving her in-house role to join the partnership at Greenberg Traurig. Laura McAllister Cox is in fact leaving three roles behind - her full job title at the company was as Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary - and trading them in for a place at the partners’ table.

McAllister Cox worked with GPIC, a leading worldwide provider of casino currency and table gaming equipment, for more than 15 years both as outside and in-house counsel. She plans to continue to represent the company in corporate and gaming compliance and licensing matters from Greenberg Traurig.

"The Company has relied on the legal services of Greenberg Traurig attorneys for more than 20 years so there is no disruption in the continuity of our legal representation," commented Greg Gronau, the Company's CEO and President.

"We wish Laura all the best in her new position and are pleased that she will continue to provide her expertise and guidance to GPIC."

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