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Immigration COVID-19 FAQ

May 28, 2020

Publication - Coronavirus Task Force, Immigration

Frances Rayer and Elizabeth Olivera addressed common questions related to immigration and COVID-19.


Cozen O'Connor snaps up high-profile litigation team

May 28, 2020

News - Class Actions - Retail

Cozen O'Connor was highlighted for their recent additions of two of the country's leading class action litigators.


SBA Additional Guidance on PPP Loan Forgiveness and Loan Reviews [Alert]

May 28, 2020

Publication - Coronavirus Task Force, Corporate

Steve Dickinson, Bob Magovern, and James Van Orden discuss the two new rules issued by the SBA that provide some additional insight into the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan forgiveness.


Class Action Litigators Michael W. McTigue Jr. and Meredith C. Slawe Bring Team to Cozen O'Connor to Spearhead National Class Actions Practice; Recognized White Collar Defense Attorney and Trial Lawyer Mira Baylson Joins

May 27, 2020

Press Release - Class Actions, Privacy Litigation & Compliance, Technology, Privacy & Data Security, White Collar Defense & Investigations - Retail

Continuing the firm’s strategic expansion of complex litigation and investigations practices and the premier Technology, Privacy and Data Security Team


San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf Fire [Alert]

May 27, 2020

Publication

Howard Maycon and Kevin Bush discuss the May 23, 2020, fire that erupted on Pier 45 on Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco, California.


Lease Provisions To Consider in the Age of COVID-19

May 27, 2020

Publication - Coronavirus Task Force, Lease Restructuring, Real Estate - Real Estate & Construction

Adam Silverman discusses some provisions worth considering in new lease documents in the COVID-19 era.


Michigan Dam Collapses [Alert]

May 26, 2020

Publication

Anthony Morrone, Philip Carroll, Jeff Greenspan and Matt Policastro discuss the dam collapse on the Tittabawassee River in Edenville, Michigan that resulted in floodwaters devastating the cities of Edenville and Midland.


Congress Takes First Step Toward FMC Advisory Committee [Alert]

May 26, 2020

Publication - Maritime Regulatory - Maritime

Wayne Rohde discusses the Federal Maritime Commission National Shipper Advisory Committee Act of 2019 and the establishment of an advisory committee to the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) for policy matters relating to the competitiveness, reliability, integrity, and fairness of the international ocean freight delivery system.


Businesses are reopening. If you’re older or sick, what happens to your job?

May 22, 2020

News - Coronavirus Task Force, Labor & Employment

Walter Stella was quoted in The Olympian discussing about the workplace reopening with questions that linger about how protections will shield workers who are older or have medical conditions in the time of the coronavirus.


Los Angeles Mayor Signs Two Ordinances Regulating Employer Rehire Processes [Alert]

May 22, 2020

Publication - Coronavirus Task Force, Labor & Employment

Austin Dieter discusses two new ordinances in Los Angeles impacting employers reopening operations in L.A.


Steven Katkov Appointed Member at Large of the Landlord Tenant Section Council of Hennepin County Bar Association

May 22, 2020

News - Real Estate

Steve Katkov, a member of Cozen O'Connor's Real Estate Practice, has been appointed a member at large of the Landlord Tenant Section Council of the Hennepin County Bar Association.


Miami-Dade’s New Courthouse Vision: A Preview of What's to Come

May 21, 2020

Publication - Commercial Litigation

Jeffrey Gilbert published an article to the Daily Business Review discussing Miami-Dade Chief Circuit Judge Bertila Soto's reaction to previewing the courtrooms in the new civil courthouse.


OSHA Does an Abrupt Turn In Issuing New Guidance on Recording COVID-19 [Alert]

May 21, 2020

Publication - Labor & Employment

Austin Dieter and John Ho discuss OSHA's most recent guidance on when employers need to record COVID-19 illnesses.


Chicago City Counsel Delays Private Right of Action in Fair Workweek Ordinance [Alert]

May 21, 2020

Publication - Labor & Employment

Jeremy Glenn, Julie Trester, and James Mackey discuss the Chicago City Council has adopted an amendment to the Fair Workweek Ordinance delaying the ability of employees to file lawsuits in court until January, 1, 2021. However, the action does not delay enforcement of the ordinance starting July 1.


What Advocacy Business Development Looks Like During COVID-19 [Campaigns & Elections]

May 21, 2020

Publication - Coronavirus Task Force, Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

Patrick Martin wrote about ways to secure business development opportunities during the COVID-19 pandemic.


INSIGHT: Virtual Business Contacts Can Create Virtual Personal Jurisdiction

May 21, 2020

Publication - Commercial Litigation

Thomas O'Rourke and William Lesser published an article to Bloomberg Law discussing how people reaching out to businesses in other states through various technology platforms to conduct business has implications for personal jurisdiction and the accompanying minimum contacts analysis.


What happens when real estate Zoom meetings go awry?

May 21, 2020

News - Commercial Litigation

Jason Domark was featured in the South Florida Real Estate News discussing how he has been conducting roughly a dozen Zoom depositions for an ongoing construction arbitration proceeding, while being at home with three young children.


Supreme Court Emphasizes Limits of Federal Fraud Statutes

May 21, 2020

Publication - White Collar Defense & Investigations

Karen Williams and Stephen Miller discuss the Supreme Court's decision in Kelly v. United States.


Cozen O’Connor Grows California Labor and Employment Practice with the Addition of Litigator Bethany A. Vasquez to its San Francisco Office

May 21, 2020

Press Release - Labor & Employment

Bethany previously served as employment counsel at San Francisco-based ride-sharing company Lyft Inc., joins as a member, and will work out of its San Francisco office.


NYC Proposed Rules Would Allow More Pre-Employment Cannabis Testing

May 20, 2020

News - Labor & Employment - Cannabis

George Voegele was quoted in Cannabis Business Times discussing a proposed changed to New York City's ban on pre-employment cannabis testing.

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