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Jennifer Brandt a Guest on Law & Crime

December 09, 2019

News - Family Law

Jennifer Brandt, chair of the firm’s Family Law Practice, appeared on Law & Crime.


Christopher Hennessy, '91, Goes the Distance to Serve Others

December 09, 2019

News - Commercial Litigation

Chris Hennessy was profiled by his alma mater, Northern Illinois University, in an alumni feature.


Gina Maisto Smith Receives Corporate Counsel 2019 Women, Influence & Power in Law Lifetime Achievement Award

December 09, 2019

News - Institutional Response Group

Gina Maisto Smith has been selected by Corporate Counsel and InsideCounsel as an honoree for their 2019 Women, Influence & Power in Law Awards (formerly known as the National Women in Law Awards).


Big Real Estate Facing New Limits on NY State Campaign Contributions

December 05, 2019

News - Real Estate

Ken Fisher quoted in The Real Deal on New York’s decision to reduce the amounts that real estate donors and other large contributors can give to candidates for governor and other statewide offices.


Labor & Employment Law Update: 2019 in Review and a Look Ahead to 2020

December 05, 2019

News - Labor & Employment

Jake Rubinstein, Bethany Salvatore, and Walter Stella presented a webinar about the substantial changes in labor and employment law at the federal, state, and even local levels for 2019.


US Supreme Court Considers 'Defense Preclusion' in Trademark Dispute [The Legal Intelligencer]

December 05, 2019

Publication - Commercial Litigation, White Collar Defense & Investigations

Stephen Miller and Leigh Ann Benson published an article to The Legal Intelligencer discussing a current case that will be brought before U.S. Supreme Court.


Cozen O'Connor: Women in Leadership

December 04, 2019

News - Commercial Litigation, Corporate, Labor & Employment, Mergers & Acquisitions

Four of Cozen O'Connor's Minneapolis-based attorneys - Heather Marx, Barbara Muller, Tina Syring and Kristi Zentner - are highlighted in a Women in Law leadership feature in Attorney at Law Magazine.


EPA Takes First PFAS Plan Regulatory Step

December 04, 2019

Publication - Environmental Regulatory & Due Diligence


Anna Wermuth and Joe Tilson lead ABA Student Trial Advocacy Competition in Chicago

December 03, 2019

News - Labor & Employment

Anna Wermuth and Joe Tilson led the ABA Student Trial Advocacy Competition Midwest Regionals in Chicago, Illinois.


ACEC New York: The need to build a new consensus to build [New York Real Estate Journal]

December 03, 2019

Publication - Real Estate

Ken Fisher authored this article on the political changes and challenges facing New York City’s real estate industry and the importance of industry activism in support of new construction and growth in the city.


Harrisburg May Be on Cusp of Grand Compromise Regarding Employee Pay

December 03, 2019

Publication - Labor & Employment

Joe Quinn discusses the fate of the increase to the salary test for EAP exemptions and the minimum wage in Pennsylvania.


The United States Fines an Aircraft Lessor for the Actions of a Sublessee

December 02, 2019

Publication - Aviation, Transportation & Trade

It will hardly come as a surprise to readers that air transportation and the trade in aircraft and parts is inherently international. Thus, participants in these industries have to keep an unblinking eye on the increasingly ubiquitous international regimes of trade and economic sanctions that apply to a wide variety of economic activities.


New Federal Hemp Regulations: What Businesses Should Know to Comply

December 02, 2019

Publication - Cannabis

Less than one year after hemp production was legalized by the 2018 Farm Bill, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) released its proposed industrial hemp regulations. These eagerly anticipated regulations establish a proposed federal domestic hemp production program, as authorized by the 2018 Farm Bill.


Real Estate Thought It Was Invincible in New York. It Wasn’t

November 29, 2019

News - Real Estate

Ken Fisher comments on significate changes to New York’s political climate for the real estate industry in a New York Times article.


Recent Decisions Impacting Cannabis Contracting and How to Protect Your Business

November 26, 2019

Publication - Cannabis

Abby Sacunas discusses how cannabis companies can help ensure their contractual agreements are enforced.


Court Says Disability-Based Harassment Is Unlawful Under ADA But Finds Plaintiff’s Evidence Lacking

November 25, 2019

Publication - Labor & Employment

Jake Rubinstein discusses workplace harassment under the ADA and what lessons employers should take from Ford v. Marion County Sheriff's Office.


USCIS Proposed Rule with Adjustments to Fee Schedule and Other Changes

November 25, 2019

Publication - Immigration

Fran Rayer discusses the proposed increased fees for green cards applications, associated work and travel authorizations, and citizenship filing fees.


Landmark Cannabis Legislation Approved by Judiciary Committee

November 25, 2019

Publication - Cannabis

Lindsey Stillwell and Joseph Bedwick discuss the MORE Act and what happens with the legislation now.


The Next Legal Challenge: Getting Law Firms to Use Analytics

November 22, 2019

News - Cyber Solutions & Data Strategies, Electronic Discovery & Practice Advisory Services, Privacy & Data Security

David Walton was interviewed by Knowledge@Wharton, the Wharton School's online journal of business research and analysis, on the use of data analytics in the legal profession.


‘OK, Boomer’ Is Not OK in the Workplace [Law.com]

November 22, 2019

Publication - Labor & Employment

Joseph Sirbak wrote an article about the phrase "OK, boomer" and the legal consequences behind saying it.

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