MINNEAPOLIS, July 9, 2020 — Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce that Miguel Alexander Pozo, member of the firm’s Commercial Litigation department, has been named co-chair of the Hispanic National Bar Association’s (HNBA) Special Committee on Law Enforcement Reform and Racial Justice. This committee was established in response to the recent deaths and historic racial injustice faced by Black Americans and people of color and will consist of legal experts from law enforcement, the private sector, public service, and higher education. The goals of HNBA Special Committee on Law Enforcement Reform and Racial Justice include generating recommendations to address actions HNBA should take in advocating for law enforcement reform and racial justice at the federal, state, and local level. The Special Committee will also provide recommendations on programming as well as pro bono and community service opportunities for HNBA membership.
Miguel is a seasoned business attorney and trial lawyer with over 20 years of experience in the legal profession. He represents Fortune 500 companies in the luxury, consumer/retail goods and automobile industries in a range of business torts and business litigation with an emphasis on employment law, internal investigations, and trademark/IP matters. On the commercial and business litigation side of his practice, he has litigated cases involving breach of contract, unfair competition, theft of trade secret matters, among others, and handles cases through arbitration and/or trial. Miguel has held a number of high-profile leadership roles including as the national president of the HNBA and as the president of the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey. Miguel has also served on the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Joint Task Force on Reversing the School‐to Prison Pipeline and on the ABA’s Coalition on Racial and Ethnic Justice (COREJ).