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Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies Continues Federal Growth with Addition of C. Towner French

April 12, 2021

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

He will draw upon his extensive network and knowledge of government to assist clients with federal, state, and local legislation involving health care, financial services, tax, and transportation.


YouTube’s ‘Checks’ copyright system: what lawyers think

April 09, 2021

News - Intellectual Property, Trademark & Copyright

David Sunshine was quoted in World IP Review discussing YouTube's new ‘Checks’ system.


DOL Issues Model COBRA Notices For Implementing COVID-Relief Bill’s Subsidized COBRA Requirements [Alert]

April 09, 2021

Publication - Coronavirus Task Force, Labor & Employment

Robert Kaplan discusses the DOL's three model notices employers are required to send to qualified beneficiaries.


Circuit Court of Appeals Upholds Dismissal of ADA Lawsuit for Failure to Exhaust Administrative Remedies

April 07, 2021

Publication - Labor & Employment

Joseph Quinn discusses the Simko v. U.S. Steel Corp decision and what it means for employers.


Legal Groups Back White Castle's 7th Circ. Bid To Curb BIPA

April 06, 2021

News - Appellate, Class Actions, Labor & Employment - Retail

Meredith C. Slawe, Michael W. McTigue Jr., Stephen A. Miller, Marie Bussey-Garza, Michael de Leeuw, Tamar S. Wise, and Anna Wermuth, the attorneys for the amici curiae, were featured in an article published by Law360.


Playing Nice in the Sandbox: Tips for Counsel and Co-Trustees in Trust Litigation

April 06, 2021

Publication - Commercial Litigation

Jason Domark co-authored an article for the Daily Business Review discussing how co-trustees and their counsel must coordinate their efforts to ensure an effective and efficient representation.


7th Circuit Considers Scope of IL Biometric Info Privacy Act

April 06, 2021

News - Appellate, Class Actions, Labor & Employment - Retail

Mike McTigue, Meredith Slawe, and Marie Bussey-Garza in the Class Actions Practice Group; Anna Wermuth in the Labor & Employment Practice Group; and Michael De Leeuw, Stephen Miller, and Tamar Wise in the Appellate & Supreme Court Practice Group collaborated on an amicus brief that was filed in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit on Monday, April 5.


Former OSHRC Chair Sees Precedent Shaping OSHA’s COVID-19 Plans

April 05, 2021

News - Coronavirus Task Force, Labor & Employment

Jim Sullivan was quoted in Inside OSHA Online discussing the Biden administration's OSHA plan.


Cozen O'Connor Partner Jennifer Taylor Thrives on Mentorship

April 05, 2021

News - Labor & Employment

Jennifer Taylor was highlighted in the Daily Business Review about how she has devoted her career to building the confidence of young lawyers and young people in South Florida.


It may be time to start worrying about the estate tax

April 05, 2021

News - Private Client Services

Amanda DiChello was quoted in El Paso Inc. discussing the impact federal estate tax could impact individuals.


JD Supra Selects Four Cozen O’Connor Attorneys as Top Authors

April 05, 2021

Press Release - Labor & Employment, State Attorneys General, Transportation & Trade

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce that Bernard Nash and Lori Kalani, co-chairs of the firm’s State Attorneys General practice, Michael Schmidt, vice chair of the firm’s Labor & Employment Department, and Rachel Welford, an attorney in the firm’s Transportation & Trade Group have been selected as top authors for JD Supra’s 2021 Readers’ Choice Awards for their thought leadership on key topics during 2020.


Small-Business Owners Feel Weight of Personal Debt Guarantees

April 05, 2021

News - Commercial Litigation, Real Estate

Thomas Lombardi was featured in an article published by MarketScreener, which discusses how the pandemic has affected small businesses.


Focus Turns To Congress As Justices Narrow TCPA Liability

April 02, 2021

News - Class Actions

Michael McTigue and Meredith Slawe were quoted in an article published by Law360 discussing the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to narrowly define the types of dialing equipment covered by the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.


The Power of the Alteration Agreement

April 02, 2021

Publication - Real Estate

Leni Cummins addresses the challenges arising for New York City condominium boards and unit-owners as they navigate construction delays and apartment alteration agreement deadlines in Habitat.


California Supreme Court: Insurer Immunity Under California’s Ratemaking Statutes Is Narrow [Alert]

April 01, 2021

Publication - Bad Faith, Insurance Coverage

Mark A. Talise discusses the California Supreme Court decision in Villanueva v. Fidelity National Title Company and how it could impact all insurance providers in California.


Ready Your Salad Fork for Biden’s Offshore Energy Plans

April 01, 2021

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

Jeff Vogel contributed an article to MarineLink discussing Biden's issuance of the "Executive Order on Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad” and the impact this has had on offshore oil and gas development.


Susan Eisenberg and Jennifer Taylor Selected as Honorees for the DBR’s Florida Legal Awards

April 01, 2021

Press Release - Labor & Employment

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce that Susan Eisenberg and Jennifer Taylor, members of the firm’s Labor & Employment Department, have been selected as honorees for the Daily Business Review’s Florida Legal Awards.


New York State Legalizes Adult-Use Cannabis Through Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act [Alert]

April 01, 2021

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

James Ansorge discusses New York's legislation legalizing adult-use cannabis signed into law by Governor Cuomo.


Virginia Poised for Final Vote on Marijuana Legalization [Alert]

March 31, 2021

Publication - Cannabis

Ashley Allen discusses Virginia's legislation that will legalize adult marijuana use.


Why and When Reexams Can Be a Better Option Than Inter Partes Reviews at the USPTO [IAM]

March 31, 2021

Publication - Intellectual Property, Patents

Jeffrey Townes and Hongling Zou co-authored an article about how there are indications that experienced patent litigants are taking a fresh look at the old post-grant friend ex parte reexamination, particularly when other challenges fail.

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