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Cozen O’Connor Expands Private Client, Trusts and Estates Group with Six New Attorneys; Opens New South Florida Office in Boca Raton

September 02, 2021

Press Release - Private Client Services, Trusts & Estates Litigation

The attorneys, from the boutique firms Morris Law Group and Elder Law Associates PA, are Stuart R. Morris, Ellen S. Morris, Howard S. Krooks, Gregory S. Bloshinsky, Michael S. Gross, and Cassandra Jelincic.


$575 Million Hospital Antitrust Settlement | Angry Birds & Privacy | Deceptive Debt-Settlement Practices

September 02, 2021

Publication - State Attorneys General


Is Cooperative Federalism Attainable in Cannabis Regulation? AG Weiser Seems to Think So [Alert]

September 01, 2021

Publication - Government & Regulatory, Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, State Attorneys General - Cannabis

Mira Baylson, Meghan Stoppel, and Gianna Puccinelli discuss Colorado State AG's letter to Congress regarding national cannabis reform and the recently proposed legislation, and how states and the federal government have worked together in the past to enact legislation and regulations.


It Might Not Be That Hard Being Green in the Muni Market [The Ledger]

September 01, 2021

Publication - Public & Project Finance

Mark Vacha authored an article in the 2021 Winter Issue of The Ledger for the Government Finance Officers Association of Pennsylvania discussing the differences between green bonds and traditional bonds.


Recent Trends and Insights in State Attorney General Antitrust Enforcement

August 31, 2021

Publication - State Attorneys General

Milton Marquis, Ann-Marie Luciano and Gianna Puccinelli analyze recent state AG antitrust enforcement trends, provide insight into targeted industries and consider future roles for state AGs.


The Price of Fame: Tiffany Settles 8-Year Lawsuit With Costco Over Use of Company Name in Ring Displays [Total Retail]

August 31, 2021

Publication - Intellectual Property, Trademark & Copyright

Edward Weisz and Keren Goldberger co-authored an article about how the Second Circuit Court of Appeals recently made clear that Tiffany’s 73 trademarks — many registered in connection with jewelry — will not protect it against others using “Tiffany” when that term has become commonly used to describe a particular six-prong diamond ring setting.


Cozen O’Connor Announces Seven New Shareholders

August 31, 2021

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

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce the promotion of seven members to shareholders: Steven P. Katkov, Erick J. Kirker, Cheri L. MacArthur, Alycen A. Moss, Lisa J. Myers, Michael Rafalko, and David A. Shimkin.


New Jersey’s Adult-Use Cannabis Program Licensing Begins [Alert]

August 30, 2021

Publication - Cannabis

Heidi Schwartz discusses the New Jersey’s Cannabis Regulatory Commission's first set of rules governing the state’s adult-use cannabis program.


Green Card Applicants Must Receive the COVID-19 Vaccine [Alert]

August 30, 2021

Publication - Immigration

Fran Rayer and Beth Olivera discuss the CDC's new policy requiring immigrants inside the United States seeking adjustment of status to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.


Cozen O’Connor and Three Attorneys Recognized in the Chambers 2021 High Net Worth Guide

August 30, 2021

Press Release - Private Client Services

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce that the firm has been ranked Band 1 in the Chambers 2021 High Net Worth Guide under the category “Private Wealth Law.”


Eric Adams Raises $2 Million for Law-and-Order Mandate During Mayoral Race

August 29, 2021

News - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

Ken Fisher discusses in the New York Post recent funds raised by Democratic Party nominee Eric Adams, who raised over $2 million in 43 days.


Amy Alderfer Receives the University of Southern California Widney Alumni House Volunteer Award

August 27, 2021

Press Release - Commercial Litigation

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce that Amy Alderfer, member of the firm’s Commercial Litigation Department, has received the USC Widney Alumni House Volunteer award.


Three Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Selected to Best Lawyers in Canada

August 26, 2021

Press Release - Intellectual Property, Products Liability, Securities Litigation & SEC Enforcement

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce that Best Lawyers has selected three Cozen O’Connor lawyers for inclusion in the 2022 edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada.


Important Changes Coming to Illinois Non-Compete and Non-Solicit Law [Alert]

August 26, 2021

Publication - Labor & Employment

Adam Gutmann discusses recent amendments to the Illinois Freedom to Work Act that are set to go into effect, and apply to agreements entered into after, January 1, 2022.


AGs Spar Over Firearm Regulations | FDA Urged to Help Curb Youth Nicotine Use | Alleged Wage Theft by Cannoli Factory

August 26, 2021

Publication - State Attorneys General

Here are last week’s curated AG and federal regulatory news stories highlighting key areas in which state and federal regulators’ decisions are having an impact across the US.


Dredging Up Federal Funding for Inland Ports and Waterways

August 25, 2021

Publication - Transportation & Trade

Jeff Vogel contributed an article to MarineLink discussing how signals from Washington, D.C., indicate that Fiscal Year 2022 could be a record-breaking year for inland port and waterway investment.


Workers fired for refusing vaccination unlikely to qualify for unemployment

August 24, 2021

News - Coronavirus Task Force, Labor & Employment

John Ho spoke with NPR's Marketplace Morning Report to discuss the FDA approval of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine has given workplace mandates a stronger foundation.


After Initial Rejection, Ohio AG Certifies Marijuana Legalization Law, But the Damage May Already Be Done

August 24, 2021

Publication - State Attorneys General - Cannabis

Marijuana legalization activists have finally won the support of Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost (R). On Friday August 20, AG Yost approved summary language in a petition submission for a proposed law, the “Act to Control and Regulate Adult Use Cannabis,” penned by the Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol (the Coalition).


How employers can mandate coronavirus vaccines, according to expert

August 24, 2021

News - Coronavirus Task Force, Labor & Employment

John Ho joined CNBC's Squawk Box to discuss whether employers can mandate coronavirus vaccines.


FDA vaccine approval is good news for markets, employment, economy

August 23, 2021

News - Coronavirus Task Force, Labor & Employment

Michael Schmidt was quoted in NBC News discussing the FDA's approval of the Pfizer-BioNTech's two-dose COVID-19 vaccine.

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