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Jennifer Brandt Appeared on Court TV Discussing the Ohio v. Stefanko Trial

November 24, 2020

News - Family Law

Jennifer Brandt, chair of the firm's Family Law Practice, was a guest on Court TV discussing Ohio v. Stefanko, again.


SEC Adopts Amendments to MD&A and other Financial Disclosures [Alert]

November 24, 2020

Publication - Corporate, Corporate Governance & Securities

Kathy Jaffari and Richard Busis discuss the SEC's amendments to Regulation S-K in an effort to modernize, simplify, and enhance certain financial disclosures.


What Calif.'s New Consumer Debt Law Means For Collectors

November 23, 2020

Publication - Commercial Litigation

Brett Watson contributed an article to Law360 discussing the enactment of the Debt Collection Licensing Act and the impact this will have on collectors.


States of Flux — What Employers Need to Know About Election 2020 and New State Laws [Alert]

November 23, 2020

Publication - Labor & Employment - Cannabis

David Barron, Joseph Quinn, Jake Rubinstein, Di Addy Tang, Peter Ennis, Adam Gutmann, and Anne discuss various state laws that may impact employers.


A Wave of Privacy Class Action Litigation in the Wake of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act

November 23, 2020

Publication - Class Actions - Retail

Michael McTigue, Meredith Slawe, and Daniel Brewer co-authored an article published by the American Bar Association discussing how the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) has sparked a meaningful shift in the nature of privacy class action litigation and how the TCPA impacts businesses and customers today.


November 2020 Blockchain Legislative Alert – Fall 2020 Legislative Developments

November 20, 2020

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies - Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Technology

Michael Bain discusses several notable pieces of legislation that will aid the development and adoption of blockchain technologies by businesses, consumers, and governments.


Jennifer A. Brandt was Featured on Court TV

November 20, 2020

News - Family Law

Jennifer Brandt, chair of the firm’s Family Law Group, was a guest on Court TV discussing the Ohio v. Stefanko trial.


4 Tips For Crafting An Airtight Parental Leave Policy

November 20, 2020

News - Labor & Employment

Debra Friedman was quoted in Law360 discussing parental leave policies that satisfy the law and do right by workers.


Working Out the Election’s Impact on the U.S. Workboat Industry

November 17, 2020

Publication - Maritime Litigation, Maritime Regulatory, Transportation & Trade - Maritime

Jeff Vogel contributed an article to Marine News discussing what impact the election has on the U.S. workboat industry.


What to know if your employer wants you to get vaccinated for COVID

November 16, 2020

News - Coronavirus Task Force, Labor & Employment

David Barron spoke with CNN about the possibility of employers requiring employees to take the COVID-19 vaccine.


“Retread” Blowouts Create Hazards for Investors

November 16, 2020

Publication - Life Insurance & Annuities

Mike Miller and Stephen Harris discuss the risks involved with structured settlement annuity payments that were sold to a factoring company and that were then resold or assigned, typically by the factoring company, to another investor.


Patrick Martin Appears on WGN-TV Chicago's "Political Report”

November 15, 2020

News

Patrick Martin was a guest on WGN-TV Chicago's "Political Report” discussing the speaker of the Illinois House of Representatives, Michael Madigan, and his current state of power.


A ΦBK Graduate with a Head for the Law and a Heart for Charity

November 13, 2020

News

Evan Berquist was featured for his extensive pro bono work in The Key Reporter, a publication of The Phi Beta Kappa Society.


A COVID-19 Vaccine Looks Promising. Can You Require Employees to Take It?

November 12, 2020

News - Coronavirus Task Force, Labor & Employment

Michael Schmidt spoke with Inc. about whether or not employers can require employees to take a COVID-19 vaccine.


Cozen O’Connor Named Law Firm of the Year by The Legal Intelligencer

November 12, 2020

News - 9/11 Litigation, Appellate, Mergers & Acquisitions

The Legal Intelligencer highlighted the firm’s many legal victories as its reason for the honor, including our recent victory before the U.S. Supreme Court, closing $510 million sale of a longtime client, and our win in the Second Circuit on behalf of the 9/11 families.


Cozen O’Connor Advises Utz Brands, Inc. on Definitive Agreement to Acquire Truco Enterprises

November 12, 2020

Press Release - Business/Corporate, Corporate - Food & Beverage

The Cozen O’Connor team is led by Larry P. Laubach. The team includes Richard J. Silpe, Gregory P. Cunningham, Eli S. Wolfe, Lindsey Stillwell, J. Trevor Cloak, Jay A. Dorsch, and Robert S. Kaplan.


How U.S. House, Senate Results Could Influence Cannabis Legislation

November 11, 2020

News - Cannabis

Patrick Martin was quoted in Cannabis Business Times discussing the impact the Senate could have on the cannabis industry.


New York’s Covid-Fueled Retail Apocalypse Hits Condo and Co-Op Owners

November 10, 2020

News - Real Estate

Leni Cummins discusses the challenges confronting New York City condominiums and coops with retail property in light of the COVID-19 pandemic in The Real Deal.


Pepperdine School of Law profiles Danielle Garno

November 10, 2020

News - Commercial Litigation - Retail

Danielle Garno's alma mater, Pepperdine School of Law, profiled Danielle and her fashion law practice, featuring her advice for Pepperdine law students hoping to follow her career path, as well as highlighting her recent co-authored Law360 article.


US election: reaction from the maritime industry as Joe Biden cruises to the White House

November 10, 2020

News - Maritime Litigation, Maritime Regulatory, Transportation & Trade

Jeff Vogel was featured in an article published by Ship Technology discussing how Joe Biden's administration will impact the maritime sector.

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