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Keystone State – 2019 SALT Year in Review [State Tax Notes]

February 17, 2020

News - Tax

Jennifer Karpchuk discusses major 2019 legislative, administrative, and judicial SALT developments in Pennsylvania and Philadelphia in State Tax Notes.


Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Eisenberg, Ferrer, Giotto and Tilson Recognized in 2020 Chambers Global Rankings

February 17, 2020

Press Release - Labor & Employment, Transportation & Trade

Chambers Global has recognized four Cozen O’ Connor attorneys, Susan Eisenberg (Miami – Labor & Employment), Geoffrey Ferrer (New York – Transportation & Trade), Thomas Giotto (Pittsburgh – Labor and Employment), and Joseph Tilson (Chicago – Labor & Employment), as worldwide leaders in their respective practices. All four attorneys are also ranked in the Chambers USA Guide.


Big Tech Antitrust Investigations: 3 Things for General Counsel to Know

February 14, 2020

News - Antitrust

David Reichenberg was featured in Corporate Counsel explaining three things General Counsel in other tech and non-tech companies should know, during antitrust investigations of big tech giants.


More Than Minor Changes? Assessing the Latest CCPA Updates

February 14, 2020

News - Cyber Solutions & Data Strategies, Privacy & Data Security

Brian Kint was quoted in a Compliance Week article discussing the revisions that were made to the proposed regulations implementing the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).


For Hemp Industry, USDA's THC Rules A High-Stakes Misstep

February 14, 2020

News - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies - Cannabis

Mark Alderman, Chairman of Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies, was quoted in a Law360 article discussing comments submitted in response to the initial version of the USDA’s industrial hemp regulations, released last October.


Co-op and Condo Tax Abatement Will Not Be Tied to Prevailing Wage

February 14, 2020

News - Real Estate

Leni Cummins and Jennifer Miller discuss Governor Andrew Cuomo’s pocket-veto of a bill that would have required condominium and cooperative boards to pay building employees a prevailing wage or lose a property tax abatement.


Jeremy Glenn Named Client Choice 2020 Winner by Lexology, International Law Office

February 13, 2020

Press Release - Labor & Employment

Jeremy Glenn has been named a 2020 Client Choice winner by Lexology and the International Law Office (ILO) – in the Illinois Employment and Benefits Law category.


Cuomo Veto Spares Condos, Co-Ops from Paying Prevailing Wage

February 13, 2020

News - Real Estate

Leni Cummins comments on Governor Andrew Cuomo’s pocket-veto of a bill that would remove a property tax abatement from condominium and cooperative homeowners in larger buildings in which building service workers did not receive prevailing wage in an article in The Real Deal.


Qualcomm makes case before Ninth Circuit panel to reverse monopoly judgment

February 13, 2020

News - Antitrust

David Reichenberg was quoted in the San Diego Union-Tribune discussing Qualcomm's appeal of last year's verdict that it violated anti-monopoly laws.


International Data Transfers and APEC Rules

February 13, 2020

Publication - Cyber Solutions & Data Strategies, Privacy & Data Security

Brian Kint published an article to Bloomberg Law discussing one of APEC's initiatives, the APEC Privacy Framework, a principles-based privacy standard first approved by the APEC economies in 2004 and reworked in 2015.


Cooperative and Condominium Tax Abatement Safe from Prevailing Wage Requirement [Alert]

February 11, 2020

Publication - Real Estate

Leni Cummins discusses the governor's pocket veto of Bill S6219/A8082, which proposes requiring New York coops and condos to certify that their service employees are paid a prevailing wage to avail their shareholders and unit owners of the benefits of the state’s Cooperative and Condominium Tax Abatement.


How a Popular Privacy App Plans to Turn a Buck

February 11, 2020

News - Cyber Solutions & Data Strategies, Privacy & Data Security

Brian Kint was quoted in Protocol news discussing the privacy app, Jumbo.


Cozen O’Connor’s Transportation Practice Continues Growth with the Addition of Prominent New York Maritime Lawyer Neil Quartaro

February 11, 2020

News - Transportation & Trade

Quartaro has for nearly two decades advised and represented clients in a range of transportation and maritime industry disputes throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.


New York Real Estate is Business as Usual and Vigilant

February 11, 2020

News - Real Estate

Leni Cummins discusses the temporary injunction against the Department of State’s guidance on tenant-paid broker commissions in an article on GlobeSt.com.


NYC Council Considers Legislation to End At-Will Employment in the Fast Food Industry [Alert]

February 11, 2020

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, Labor & Employment

Katie Schwab discusses two new bills in New York City impacting fast food employers and employees. A hearing on the bills is scheduled for February 13.


Recent AG and FTC Enforcement Actions Provide Guidance on Data Security Best Practices [Infographic]

February 10, 2020

Publication - Cyber Solutions & Data Strategies, Privacy & Data Security, State Attorneys General

More and more companies are experiencing crippling data breaches. We analyzed recent state Attorney General and FTC enforcement actions to identify eight data security best practices that companies can adopt to mitigate the likelihood of a breach which can be found in this infographic.


PFAS in California — Impact of the 2020 Defense Authorization Act [Alert]

February 10, 2020

Publication - Environmental Regulatory & Due Diligence, Utility, Environmental & Energy

Peter Fontaine and Marcia Mulkey discuss California’s active involvement in the emerging PFAS challenges and how extensive reporting requirements will result in rapid expansion of information.


Camille Miller Honored by Corporate LiveWire

February 10, 2020

Press Release - Intellectual Property, Trademark & Copyright

Camille Miller was named the Corporate LiveWire IP Dispute Lawyer of the Year.


Cozen O’Connor’s National Tax Practice Adds Pennsylvania Tax Litigator Jennifer Weidler Karpchuk

February 10, 2020

Press Release - Tax


Representing a Professional Sports Franchise

February 07, 2020

News - Insurance Coverage

Chad Pasternack was recently a presenter at the University of Miami School of Law. He spoke during the course titled, "Representing a Professional Sports Franchise."

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