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Q&A: Statute of Limitations on Condo Balcony Alteration

March 01, 2021

Publication - Real Estate

Leni Cummins addresses if a statute of limitation exists for a request approved by a condominium board, that granted the homeowner permission to increase the height of a balcony enclosure in The Cooperator.


New Jersey Becomes 14th State to Legalize Recreational Cannabis [Alert]

February 25, 2021

Publication - Cannabis

Heidi Schwartz discusses the three bills signed by Governor Murphy that establish New Jersey's recreation cannabis program.


I-9 Documentation Review Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic [Alert]

February 25, 2021

Publication - Coronavirus Task Force, Immigration

Fran Rayer and Elizabeth Olivera discuss DHS's and ICE's new flexibility policy when it comes to in-person verification of identity and employment eligibility documentation for Form I-9


February 2021 Deep Freeze [Subrogation Whitepaper]

February 24, 2021

Publication - Subrogation & Recovery

Stephen Halbeisen, Suzanne Radcliff, and David Margulis authored a whitepaper analyzing subrogation opportunities for the February, 2021 deep freeze events in Texas and other South Central states.


Lynnette Espy-Williams Named a 2021 Diversity in Business Honoree by the Washington Business Journal

February 24, 2021

Press Release

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce that Lynnette Espy-Williams, the firm’s Chief Diversity Officer, has been named a 2021 Diversity in Business Honoree.


Jennifer Brandt Discusses the Wisconsin v. Prokopovitz Trial on Court TV

February 24, 2021

News - Family Law

Jennifer Brandt, chair of the firm's Family Law Practice, was a guest on Court TV discussing the Wisconsin v. Prokopovitz trial.


Grievance Panel Weighing Attorney Who Sued Former VP Pence Includes Big Law Partners, White-Collar Defenders [National Law Journal]

February 24, 2021

Publication - White Collar Defense & Investigations

Barry Boss was quoted in a National Law Journal article discussing a lawyer regulatory panel in Washington, D.C., which recently received a referral from a federal judge who has broadly questioned a lawyer behind a lawsuit challenging the legitimacy of Joe Biden’s presidential victory.


SEC Releases Sample Comment Letter for Issuers Conducting Offerings During Periods of Volatility [Alert]

February 23, 2021

Publication - Corporate, Corporate Governance & Securities

Chris Bellini discusses the sample letter published by the SEC that identifies a number of sample comments the SEC may provide to issuers conducting securities offerings amid market and price volatility.


Michael Heller Recognized Among Philadelphia Business Journal Power 100

February 23, 2021

News - Business/Corporate

Michael Heller has been included in the Philadelphia Business Journal’s “Power 100” list for the seventh consecutive year.


International Comparative Legal Guide - Litigation & Dispute Resolution 2021

February 23, 2021

Publication - Class Actions

Michael McTigue and Marie Bussey-Garza authored the Pennsylvania Chapter of the International Comparative Legal Guide - Litigation & Dispute Resolution 2021.


Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission Rules Two Municipal Permitting Fees Are Preempted by State Law [Alert]

February 23, 2021

Publication - Utility & Energy

Jonathan Nase discusses the PUC decisions in response to Armstrong Telecommunications Inc. Petition for Declaratory Order.


Fighting for the Rights of Vulnerable Children

February 23, 2021

News - Commercial Litigation

Harper Seldin was profiled in the Penn Law Journal in an article about his work on pro bono civil rights projects.


Jennifer A. Brandt Appeared on Good Day Philadelphia

February 22, 2021

News - Family Law

Jennifer Brandt, chair of the firm's Family Law Practice, was a guest on Good Day Philadelphia discussing the Kim Kardashian and Kayne West divorce.


Phase 2 of the Moratorium on Utility Shut-offs in Pennsylvania Extended [Alert]

February 22, 2021

Publication - Utility & Energy

Jonathan Nase discusses the emergency order generally prohibiting the termination of public utility service by electric, natural gas, water, wastewater, telecommunications, and steam utilities, and encouraging the impacted utilities to reconnect service to customers previously terminated, to the extent it could be done safely.


Legislative Update: The Return of Earmarks and Federal Funding Opportunities [Alert]

February 22, 2021

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

Michael Bain discusses the possible return of earmarks, the new requirements around earmarks, and considerations for eligible entities that are interested in pursuing earmark requests.


The Beltway Briefing - Return of the Old-School Political Scandal

February 21, 2021

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

Howard Schweitzer, Mark Alderman, Patrick Martin, and Stuart Shorenstein discuss the impact of the current scandals and whether they seem to indicate the return to old-school, rough-and-tumble, hardball-style politics.


Tips For Employers Reeling From The Texas Weather Crisis

February 19, 2021

News - Labor & Employment

David Barron was quoted in Law360 discussing the severe cold weather crisis in Texas.


From Success To Scrutiny: What Big Tech's Journey Can Teach Leaders Seeking An Edge [Forbes]

February 19, 2021

Publication - Antitrust, Commercial Litigation, Technology, Privacy & Data Security

David Reichenberg contributed an article to Forbes discussing how if your company's business dealings do not consistently reflect your company's mission with consumers, it can lead to legal and regulatory scrutiny.


COVID-19 and the Critical Infrastructure Worker

February 19, 2021

Publication - Utility & Energy

Michael Klein provides an update on an emergency order issued by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC).


Jennifer A. Brandt Featured on Court TV Discussing Two Court Cases in the News

February 19, 2021

News - Family Law

Jennifer Brandt, chair of the firm’s Family Law Practice, was a guest on Court TV discussing two court cases in the news: Wisconsin v. Prokopovitz and California v. Ron Jeremy.

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