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Your accomplishments speak for you. At Cozen O’Connor, they speak for us, too. For over 40 years, we have defined ourselves by our clients’ success. In an industry built on talk, we’ve made our name by doing. And as a full-service firm, we’ve helped guide and protect countless clients with the comprehensive spectrum of our legal services, and a steadfast dedication that has made us one of the top law firms in the country. Whatever the task, however complicated the situation, our attorneys are prepared to guide you in your every endeavor. 


Cozen O’Connor Continues to Grow in South Florida with the Addition of Jeffrey Gilbert

Continuing its strategic growth in South Florida, Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce the arrival of commercial litigator Jeffrey Gilbert as a partner in the firm’s Miami office. Most recently a shareholder with Greenberg Traurig, Gilbert is an accomplished and experienced real estate, business and trusts and estates litigator. MORE

Cozen O'Connor Ranked First in Philadelphia, Third Nationally in American Lawyer's Best Places to Work

Cozen O’Connor is ranked first in Philadelphia, for the fifth year in a row, and third in the nation in The American Lawyer’s 2014 Mid-Level Associate Satisfaction Survey. The American Lawyer surveys third, fourth and fifth year associates on 12 aspects of job satisfaction. On a scale of 1 to 5, Cozen O’Connor scored a 4.781. MORE

Cozen O’Connor Attorney Named to The Legal Intelligencer’s “Lawyers on the Fast Track”

MaryTeresa Soltis of Cozen O'Connor's Commercial Litigation Group has been recognized by The Legal Intelligencer as a “Lawyer on the Fast Track.” Nominees were judged on four areas: development of the law, advocacy & community contribution, peer & public recognition and service to the bar.MORE

Cozen O’Connor’s Addition of Insurance Litigator Strengthens Chicago Office

Cozen O’Connor welcomes Wendy Enerson as a member in its Chicago office, where she brings decades of experience with insurance litigation and dispute resolution.MORE

ACG 2014 M&A East Conference

The Association for Corporate Growth will be holding the 2014 M&A East Conference at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, PA on October, 7 - October 8, 2014. The M&A East Conference allows attendees to source deals, secure financing, learn the latest industry trends and further build a M&A network. Cozen O'Connor will be a sponsor of the conference which commences with a golf outing at the Riverton Country Club, on the morning of October 7, 2014. MORE

Cozen O'Connor Continues to Build its New York Office with the Addition of Litigation Partner Jason Bonk

Cozen O'Connor continues to expand its national commercial litigation practice with the hiring of Jason Bonk as a partner in the firm's New York office. Jason represents Fortune 500 companies along with middle-market businesses in a variety of high-stakes matters, including complex commercial cases involving contract claims as well as fiduciary and other equitable claims, class actions, white collar investigations, labor and employment disputes, and bankruptcy litigation.MORE

From Our Blogs

“LoProCo”, 12,915 Complaints, and Other Lessons from OCR/NIST

9/26/2014 3:27:08 PM +00:00

12,915 complaints were reported in 2013 to the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Civil Rights (“OCR”) according to Illiana L. Peters, Senior Adviser for HIPAA Compliance and Enforcement.  Cozen O’Connor attended Ms. Peter...
Health Law Informer 9/26/2014MORE

Alabama Supreme Court Clarifies (And Criticizes) Its Bad Faith Jurisprudence

9/25/2014 5:19:08 PM +00:00

In an opinion released for publication on August 14th, 2014, one year after issuance, the Alabama Supreme Court unanimously held that the state has but one tort of bad faith, albeit with two separate methods of proof, and that both of those – bad...
Avoiding Insurance Bad Faith 9/25/2014MORE

Reasonableness and Proportionality Win Another Fight for Predictive Coding

9/17/2014 4:09:51 PM +00:00

On July 22, 2014, Judge Joe B. Brown issued a discovery order in Bridgestone Americas, Inc. v. Int’l Bus. Machines Corp. (Case No. 3:13-1196 M.D. Tenn.), in the plaintiff’s favor, allowing the use of predictive coding to further narrow a document...
E-Discovery Law Review 9/17/2014MORE

Texas Supreme Court Draws Distinction Between Loyalty Agreement and Non-Compete

9/11/2014 3:15:39 PM +00:00

In many industries, it is common to pay incentives in the form of restricted stock options payable in the future if certain conditions are satisfied. In Exxon-Mobil v. Drennen, decided on August 29, 2014,  the Texas Supreme Court reviewed the...
HR Headaches 9/11/2014MORE

Cozen’s Tom Wilkinson Comments on Seventh Circuit Opinion Rejecting Class Action Settlement

9/10/2014 8:00:22 PM +00:00

Cozen O’Connor member Tom Wilkinson is quoted extensively in this article from the ABA’s Litigation News regarding a recent Seventh Circuit opinion rejecting a class action settlement as “scandalous.” The opinion was highly...
Class Action Defense Review 9/10/2014MORE

The N.F.L. Realizes That Domestic Violence Is Not A Game

9/10/2014 1:56:06 AM +00:00

Yesterday, the N.F.L. terminated Baltimore Ravens running back, Ray Rice . See story here.  This is after video emerged of Rice punching his fiancee (now wife) and knocking her unconscious in an elevator in Atlantic City.  Previously, Rice was...
Family Law Focus 9/10/2014MORE

CMS Approves Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance (Medicaid) Waiver

9/8/2014 9:12:10 PM +00:00

CMS approved Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance (“Medicaid”) waiver request entitled Healthy Pennsylvania (“Waiver” or “Healthy Pennsylvania”) by letter dated August 28, 2014.  Governor Tom Corbett and the Pennsylvania Department of Welfare...
Health Law Informer 9/8/2014MORE

Florida Appellate Court: “Coverage Liability” Can Be Basis for Bad Faith in Suit Involving First Party Appraisal

9/5/2014 2:45:58 PM +00:00

On Wednesday, Florida’s Fourth District Court of Appeal issued an opinion concerning the prerequisites for bringing bad faith claims in Florida.  In an en banc ruling, the Court held in Cammarata v. State Farm Florida Ins. Co., 2014 WL 4327948...
Avoiding Insurance Bad Faith 9/5/2014MORE

Special (Limited) CMS Offer to Settle Claims on Appeal

9/3/2014 5:55:51 PM +00:00

With little fanfare just before the Labor Day weekend, CMS announced a program in which it would enter into administrative agreements with eligible providers in exchange for the providers’ withdrawal of pending appeals (“Settlement Process”). This...
Health Law Informer 9/3/2014MORE

Texas Supreme Court Weighs In Again on the Scope of the Material Breach Doctrine

9/1/2014 1:05:56 PM +00:00

Last week, the Texas Supreme Court handed down an opinion that involved the material breach doctrine.  The doctrine — adopted twenty years ago in Hernandez v. Gulf Group Lloyds, 875 S.W.2d 691 (Tex. 1994) and subsequently applied in PAJ,...
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