WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., November 30, 2022 – Cozen O’Connor is proud to announce that Simeon Brier has been elected vice mayor of the Parkland City Commission and reelected as the District One city commissioner. The Parkland City Commission provides leadership and vision in carrying out the city's legislative functions while continuously responding to the needs of the community. As vice mayor, Simeon will serve a one-year term. He will also serve a four-year term as the District One Parkland city commissioner.
Simeon focuses his practice in the areas of complex business litigation and dispute resolution. Simeon's litigation practice has a practical emphasis on corporate disputes and employment matters at both the state and federal court levels. He also has experience in the areas of employment law, transactional corporate matters, corporate governance, real estate litigation, construction and construction defect litigation, municipal/public law, financial services litigation, intellectual property litigation, and product liability matters. He has represented municipalities, national banks, developers, contractors, national retailers, nutritional supplement companies, pharmacy care companies, and global manufacturing corporations in a wide variety of matters. Simeon also has experience litigating claims stemming from accidents, injury claims, and violations of law involving the operation of commercial vehicles or vehicles used in performance of work-related activities.
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