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Cozen O’Connor Negotiates Historic Settlement for Offshore Sports-Betting Company [Alert]

September 30, 2020

Publication - White Collar Defense & Investigations - Gaming

Barry Boss, Stephen A. Miller, and Kara Kapp discuss the non-prosecution agreement involving 5Dimes.

Senate Bill Would Require TSA Temperature Checks at U.S. Airports [Alert]

September 30, 2020

Publication - Aviation Regulatory, Coronavirus Task Force - Aviation

Rachel Welford discusses the bipartisan bill that would require TSA to conduct temperature checks on all passengers and other individuals seeking entry to an airport’s sterile area.

Karl O. Riley Selected as a Member of the American Bar Association’s Fellows Program for 2020-2022

September 30, 2020

News - Commercial Litigation

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce that Karl Riley, member of the firm’s Commercial Litigation Department, has been selected as a member of the American Bar Association’s Fellows Program for the 2020-2022 class.

Meredith Slawe Honored as a 2020 Best Law Firm Mentor by The Legal Intelligencer

September 29, 2020

News - Class Actions - Retail

Meredith Slawe, co-chair of Cozen O’Connor’s Class Actions practice and co-chair of the Retail Industry team, has been recognized by The Legal Intelligencer as a 2020 Professional Excellence Award winner in the Best Law Firm Mentors category.

Aggravation Time is Not Money in Florida [Alert]

September 29, 2020

Publication - Subrogation & Recovery

Joe Rich and Rick Maleski discuss the 4th District Court of Appeals in Florida's decision in P&G Trucking of Brandon, Inc., et. al. v. Riverland Hedging & Topping, Inc. et. al.

Up in Smoke: OFAC Further Erodes Obama-Era Cuba Rules [Alert]

September 29, 2020

Publication - Trade Regulations, Export Controls & Sanctions, Transportation & Trade

Don Kassilke and Rachel Welford discuss OFAC's amended the Cuban Assets Control Regulations (CACR) to further restrict U.S. engagement with Cuba in order to deny revenue to the Cuban regime.

Super Lawyers Recognizes 21 Cozen O’Connor Attorneys in New York

September 29, 2020

Press Release - Business/Corporate, Commercial Litigation, Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, Insurance Coverage, Labor & Employment, Real Estate, White Collar Defense & Investigations, Zoning, Land Use & Development

Super Lawyers has named 21 Cozen O’Connor attorneys to its 2020 New York Super Lawyers and Rising Stars list.

An Overview of the Rules Regarding the Realization and Recognition of Debt Cancellation Income- Part II

September 28, 2020

Publication - Tax

Tom Gallagher and Dennis Cohen are co-authors of an article published in the October 2020 issue of Pratt’s Journal of Bankruptcy Law.

Preparing For Enhanced Enforcement Under Calif. 'Mini-CFPB' [Law360]

September 28, 2020

Publication - Commercial Litigation

Brett Watson and Michael Kraft published an article to Law360 highlighting certain key provisions of the CCFPL and discussing what the CCFPL might mean for practitioners, the pros and cons of the new legislation, the challenges presented by the CCFPL, and how financial services providers should prepare themselves for anticipated aggressive enforcement procedures.

SEC Adopts Amendments to Modernize Shareholder Proposal Rules [Alert]

September 28, 2020

Publication - Corporate, Corporate Governance & Securities

Chris Bellini discusses the SEC's amendments to modernize Rule 14a-8, which governs the process for shareholder proposals to be included in a company’s proxy statement.

Edison to pay $1.16B for Thomas wildfire [The Daily Journal]

September 25, 2020

Publication - Subrogation & Recovery

Howard Maycon is included in an article titled, "Edison to pay $1.16B for Thomas wildfire" which was published in The Daily Journal. This article discusses Southern California Edison Co.'s agreement to pay insurance companies $1.16 billion to settle claims arising from the 2017 Thomas Fire.

Edison to pay $1.16B for Thomas wildfire

September 25, 2020

News - Subrogation & Recovery

Howard Maycon is featured in The Daily Journal article titled, "Edison to pay $1.16B for Thomas wildfire" which discusses Southern California Edison Co.'s agreement to pay insurance companies $1.16 billion to settle claims arising from the 2017 Thomas Fire.

Four Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Recognized as 2020 Texas Super Lawyers

September 24, 2020

Press Release - Insurance Coverage, Labor & Employment, Property

Cozen O’Connor attorneys David L. Barron, Stephen P. Pate, A. Martin Wickliff, Jr., and Joseph A. Ziemianski were named 2020 Texas Super Lawyers.

Rebuttable Presumption for COVID-19 Illnesses to Impact Employers Through 2022 [Alert]

September 23, 2020

Publication - Coronavirus Task Force, Labor & Employment

Elena Hillman and Austin Dieter discuss SB 1159, signed into law by Governor Newsom, expanding access to workers’ compensation and making it easier for first responders, health care workers, and other workers who test positive for COVID-19 due to an outbreak.

A. Martin Wickliff, Jr. Honored by Texas Lawyer for Lifetime Achievement

September 23, 2020

Press Release - Labor & Employment

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce that A. Martin Wickliff, Jr., a member of the firm’s Labor & Employment group, has been recognized by Texas Lawyer as a recipient of their 2020 Lifetime Achieve Award.

California Codifies New COVID-19 Notice Requirements and Expands Cal OSHA Authority [Alert]

September 23, 2020

Publication - Coronavirus Task Force, Labor & Employment

Elena Hillam and Austin Dieter discuss AB 685, signed by Governor Newsom, implementing new reporting and notice requirements and granting Cal OSHA additional powers following employee exposure to COVID-19 in the workplace.

Who Pays for Repairs? Check the Condo Bylaws

September 22, 2020

Publication - Real Estate

Leni Morrison Cummins and Jennifer Miller co-authored an article published in Habitat Magazine addressing the circumstances under which a condominium board may be held responsible for the cost of repairs to a unit.

Tariff Takedown: Why Ambiance Apparel's $118 Million Federal Case is Fashion's Cautionary Tale

September 22, 2020

News - Commercial Litigation, White Collar Defense & Investigations - Retail

Danielle Garno and Rachel Collins Clarke were featured in a Sourcing Journal article which discusses how federal prosecutors have filed charges against a Los Angeles Fashion District clothing importer.

Eleventh Circuit Goes It Alone by Prohibiting Class Representative Incentive Awards [Alert]

September 21, 2020

Publication - Appellate, Class Actions, Labor & Employment

Jason Barsanti discusses the Eleventh Circuit's decision in Johnson v. NPAS Solutions, LLC.

Ken Fisher Named to Brooklyn Power 50

September 21, 2020

News - Real Estate

New York – September 21, 2020 – Kenneth K. Fisher, a member of Cozen O'Connor’s Business Law Department, was named to City & State New York’s 2020 Brooklyn Power 50.

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