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Cozen O’Connor Member Jason Domark Appointed Co-Chair of American Bar Association Subcommittees

September 30, 2022

News - Commercial Litigation

Cozen O’Connor announced that Jason Domark, a member in the firm’s Miami office, has been appointed co-chair of both the International Litigation subcommittee and the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) subcommittee for the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Commercial and Business Litigation Committee.


Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies Member Matthew Glavin Named to Board of Youth Guidance

September 29, 2022

Press Release - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

Matthew Glavin, a member in Cozen O’Connor’s Public Strategies Group, has been named to the Board of Youth Guidance, a Chicago-based organization specializing in social-emotional learning, counseling, and educational support for students in Chicago-area schools.


USCIS Extends Validity Period for Green Card Renewals [Alert]

September 29, 2022

Publication - Immigration Policy & Strategy, Labor & Employment

Effective September 26, 2022, USCIS began automatically extending the validity of Green Cards to 24 months for lawful permanent residents who file a Form I-90.


SEC Finds 10b5-1 Trading Plan was Misused, Charges Tech Company Executives with Insider Trading [Alert]

September 29, 2022

Publication - Business/Corporate, Capital Markets & Securities, Securities Litigation & SEC Enforcement

The SEC found that tech company executives' 10b5-1 plan did not shield them from insider trading liability.


Federal Court Standing Decision May Spark Trend In Consumer Protection Action Filings In State Court [Alert]

September 29, 2022

Publication - Commercial Litigation, Financial Services

The application of Spokeo principles is more commonplace across consumer protection actions, sparking a trend of plaintiffs pursuing more state court actions.


Broad Street Brief: New Public Safety Measures: Mayor Kenney Signs Executive Order, CCD Plans to Add More Security Guards to Center City Streets

September 29, 2022

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

Leaders inside and outside of City Hall have been steadfastly searching for solutions to Philadelphia’s recent dramatic uptick in violent crime. On Tuesday, Mayor Jim Kenney signed an executive order banning firearms and other deadly weapons from the city’s recreation centers. The action comes weeks after the fatal shooting of Mill Creek Recreation Center employee Tiffany Fletcher and is intended to address the nearly 300 incidents of gun violence that have occurred at recreation centers across the city since 2019. The order is expected to face legal challenges at the state level.


The New York Note: NYC Redistricting, Relief Centers for Asylum Seekers, and Urban Agriculture Director

September 29, 2022

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

News in New York – NYC Redistricting Maps Rejected; Mayor Adams Announces Relief Centers to Support Asylum Seekers Entering NYC; Mayor Adams Appoints Mickie as Director of Newly-Created Office of Urban Agriculture.


DOT Issues Airline Ancillary Fee Proposal [Alert]

September 28, 2022

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

The U.S. DOT will consider a proposed rule to ensure that consumers have certain ancillary fee information at the time of ticket purchase.


Cozen Currents: The Changing Politics of Crises

September 27, 2022

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

“Crises like climate change and the pandemic are shifting the battle lines in partisan politics while also putting pressure on CEOs to fill the void left by politicians to solve societal problems.” — Howard Schweitzer, CEO, Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies


Josephine Bahn ’16 Leads ABA Young Lawyers Division

September 27, 2022

News - Commercial Litigation, Construction Law

Josephine Bahn was featured in an article published by the New York Law School News.


Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies Ranked #2 in PA in City & States' Top 50 Lobbyists

September 26, 2022

News - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

City & State Pennsylvania recognized Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies as one of the Top 50 firms based on 2021 revenues in the state, coming in at number two.


Andrew Baer, Mira Baylson Named to The Philadelphia Business Journal's Best of the Bar 2022

September 26, 2022

News - State Attorneys General, Technology, Privacy & Data Security

Andrew Baer and Mira Baylson have been named to The Philadelphia Business Journal’s “Best of the Bar 2022.”


OSHA Expands Who May Wind Up on Its ‘Severe Violator’ List

September 26, 2022

News - Labor & Employment

John Ho was quoted in SHRM discussing OSHA recently announced they are expanding the criteria for placement in its Severe Violator Enforcement Program (SVEP) list.


My Condo Has No Gas. Can I Get a Discount?

September 24, 2022

News - Condominiums & Cooperatives

Leni Cummins is quoted in The New York Times discussing the complexities behind homeowners in New York City seeking financial remedies for building inconveniences.


Broad Street Brief: Chief of Staff to Mayor Kenney to Resign, Join ChristianaCare in Executive Role

September 23, 2022

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

Jim Engler, the Chief of Staff to Mayor Jim Kenney, has announced that he will be resigning at the end of the month to accept a position as Executive Director of the Office of the President and Chief of Staff at Delaware-based health care provider ChristianaCare. He will be replaced by First Deputy Chief of Staff Christina Pastrana Hernandez. Engler has worked with Mayor Kenney since 2015 and is leaving 15 months before the end of the mayor’s term.


Could Tuition Hikes Force More Law Grads Onto BigLaw Path?

September 23, 2022

News - Commercial Litigation, Construction Law

Josephine Bahn was quoted in an article published by Law360, “Could Tuition Hikes Force More Law Grads Onto BigLaw Path?”


Subrogation & Recovery Product Recall Bulletin

September 23, 2022

Publication - Subrogation & Recovery

This bulletin discusses news concerning recent recalls, repetitive failures, and alerts from September 2022.


New Ethics Opinion Focuses On Legal Fees

September 23, 2022

Publication - Legal Profession Services

Sarah Sweeney published an article in the Philadelphia Bar Reporter discussing the new ethics Opinion the Philadelphia Bar Association Professional Guidance Committee and the Pennsylvania Bar Association Committee on Legal Ethics released.


AG Coalition Targets Gun Store Merchant Code | FTC Sheds Light on Dark Patterns | AG Bonta Rings Up Safeway Gas Tank Tab

September 22, 2022

Publication - State Attorneys General

The State AG Report - 9.22.2022 Here are this week’s curated AG and federal regulatory news stories highlighting key areas in which state and federal regulators’ decisions are having an impact across the US.


Significant D&O Cases From the First Half of 2022

September 22, 2022

Publication - Insurance Coverage, Professional Liability Insurance Coverage - Insurance

Gary L. Gassman and Stephanie A. Nashban wrote the article “Significant D&O Cases From the First Half of 2022” for Westlaw Today.

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