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Back Again: U.S. Department of Labor Issues Final Rule on Nondisplacement of Qualified Workers [Alert]

February 21, 2024

Publication - Construction Law, Government Contracts, Infrastructure, Transportation & Trade - Real Estate & Construction

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Nondisplacement of Qualified Workers Under Service Contracts Rule is back in effect and will apply to all new SCA-covered solicitations and contracts issued after February 12, 2024.


Life Insurance Wagering Contracts And Identity Fraud: A Deadly Combination [JIFA]

February 21, 2024

Publication - Life Insurance & Annuities

Nicolas Novy contributed an article to the Journal of Insurance Fraud in America discussing wagering contracts and the types of schemes employing these contracts.


Public Strategies’ Nathan Toth Named in City & State NY’s Who’s Who in Budgeting & Finance

February 21, 2024

News - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

Nathan Toth, Principal of New York Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies, was named in City & State New York’s 2024 Who’s Who in Budgeting & Finance.


Pay Equity Rule For Contractor Firms Could Nudge Others

February 21, 2024

News - Government Contracts, Transportation & Trade

Eric Leonard was quoted in a Law360 article discussing the Federal Acquisition Regulatory Council’s proposed rule to require federal contractors to disclose pay ranges in job ads.


New York Note – Congressional Maps, Comptroller M/WBE Report, NYS Budget Amendments

February 20, 2024

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

News in New York – Congressional Maps, Comptroller M/WBE Report, NYS Budget Amendments


Cozen O’Connor’s Public & Project Finance Group Lands Veteran Finance Attorney Christopher J. Rayl

February 20, 2024

Press Release - Public & Project Finance

For over three decades Rayl has negotiated financings and refinancings on behalf of government, nonprofit, and private sector entities looking to fund major economic development projects.


Cozen Currents: The Senate and the House's Role Reversals

February 20, 2024

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

“In the topsy-turvy world of today’s Washington, the Senate is starting to resemble the House as GOP in-fighting is threatening the upper chamber’s traditional knack for bipartisanship, while the House is starting to resemble the Senate as House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) finds himself needing bipartisanship to advance meaningful legislation.” — Howard Schweitzer, CEO, Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies


Broad Street Brief: PPD to Ramp Up Drug Law Enforcement in Kensington

February 15, 2024

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

News and intelligence for professionals on the front lines of policy in the city and suburbs of Philadelphia


Cozen O’Connor Announces New Group Chairs, Office Managing Partners, Other Promotions

February 15, 2024

Press Release - Insurance Coverage, Private Client Services, State Attorneys General, Subrogation & Recovery

The firm announced several new practice group chairs, office managing partners, and leaders of firm committees and initiatives


California Appellate Court Greenlights Enforcement of Privacy Regulations [Alert]

February 15, 2024

Publication - Business, Corporate, Technology, Privacy & Data Security

The California Privacy Protection Agency's regulations for the California Consumer Privacy Act are back in effect. Andrew Baer and Daniel Kilburn discuss crucial details on data privacy rights and enforcement priorities.


Cozen Cities - February 14, 2024

February 14, 2024

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

BOSTON — City Leading AI Industry Boston-area companies are leading in the development of new artificial intelligence (AI) and managing data for AI use. A new report estimates that Boston’s expertise in tech and health industries and proximity to universities will allow it to make strides in lesser-known areas of AI.


Credit Card Surcharging Regulatory Changes Create Both Risks and Opportunities for Businesses [Alert]

February 14, 2024

Publication - Government & Regulatory, State Attorneys General

Several states are considering or enacting laws addressing credit card surcharging, with New York and New Jersey offering recent examples and providing clarity for businesses and consumers.


OSHA Moves Closer to Letting Union Members Onsite During Inspections

February 14, 2024

News - Labor & Employment, Workplace Safety and Health

John Ho was quoted in a SHRM article discussing OSHA’s proposed walkaround rule that allows union members on employer premises during an agency inspection


Supreme Court Defines "Contributing Factor" Standard in Whistleblower Cases [Alert]

February 13, 2024

Publication - Labor & Employment

The Supreme Court issued its long-awaiting decision in Murray v. UBS Securities, lowering the bar for whistleblowers to win retaliation claims, requiring only "contributing factor," not "retaliatory intent."


Cozen Currents: Biden Gets No Respect

February 13, 2024

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

“Despite improving economic data, President Biden could emulate Rodney Dangerfield by saying, ‘I get no respect.’ The real question though is whether he needs voters’ respect on the economy to win as long as there isn’t a recession.” — Howard Schweitzer, CEO, Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies


The End of a “Forever War”? Texas Supreme Court Answers Certified Question Concerning Appraisal [Alert]

February 13, 2024

Publication - Insurance Coverage, Property Insurance - Insurance

Karl Schulz reviews a Texas Supreme Court finding on a key issue concerning appraisal that was dividing lower Texas state courts and Texas federal district courts.


Five Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Named to 2024 Georgia Super Lawyers List

February 12, 2024

Press Release - Bad Faith, Casualty & Specialty Lines Coverage, Commercial Litigation, Insurance Coverage, Property Insurance, Strategic Risk & Complex Litigation

Recognized by their peers in Georgia as Super Lawyers are Kenan Loomis and Alycen Moss. Luciana Aquino, Dakota E. Knehans, and Danielle C. Le Jeune were named “Rising Stars,” a list that recognizes attorneys under the age of 40.


Virginia Viewpoint: The Race to Crossover

February 12, 2024

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

Like a two-minute drill that football fans may see heading toward halftime in the big game this weekend, the Virginia General Assembly is in a similar race against the clock – a deadline colloquially referred to as Crossover.


Highly Regarded Veteran Aviation Attorney Patrick R. Rizzi Joins Cozen O’Connor’s Transportation and Trade Practice

February 12, 2024

Press Release - Transportation & Trade

Rizzi brings nearly three decades of experience advising clients across the aviation industry in matters involving regulatory, policy, litigation, and transactional issues.


New York Note – Tin Cup Day and City Legislation

February 12, 2024

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

News in New York – Tin Cup Day and City Legislation

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