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What NYC's Green Fast Track Means For Affordable Housing

July 09, 2024

Publication - Real Estate, Zoning, Land Use & Development

Vivien Krieger and Rachel Scall co-authored a Law360 article on New York City Mayor Adams’ Green Fast Track for Housing initiative, which went into effect on June 3.


CFPB's New Registration Rule Will Intensify Nonbank Scrutiny

July 09, 2024

Publication - State Attorneys General

In Law360 Ketan Bhirud and Emily Yu examine the new CFPB rule that could reshape the landscape of nonbank financial regulation.


OSHA Publishes Proposed Heat Standard [Alert]

July 08, 2024

Publication - Labor & Employment, Workplace Safety and Health

John Ho discusses OHSA's new proposed national heat illness and injury standards.


New York Note – Hochul to Run in 2026, Ethics in Lobbying Nominee, Brooklyn Power 100

July 08, 2024

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

News in New York – Hochul to Run in 2026, Ethics in Lobbying Nominee, Brooklyn Power 100


Ken Fisher Named to City & State New York’s 2024 Brooklyn Power 100

July 08, 2024

Press Release - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, Real Estate, Zoning, Land Use & Development

Ken Fisher, a member of Cozen O’Connor’s Business Law Department, has been named to City & State New York’s 2024 Brooklyn Power 100.


Cozen O’Connor Adds Renowned Labor and Employment Litigator David J. Garraux to its Pittsburgh Office

July 08, 2024

Press Release - Labor & Employment

Garraux, who joins as a shareholder and will work out of the firm’s Pittsburgh office, is the third litigator to join the Labor & Employment group in the past six weeks alone.


Adams Administration Releases Draft Strategies for Long Island City Neighborhood Plan [Alert]

July 08, 2024

Publication - Real Estate, Zoning, Land Use & Development

The NYC Mayor and NYC Department of City Planning (DCP), have unveiled a zoning proposal that could lead to development of more than 14,000 homes, more commercial space, and an improved public realm in Long Island City, Queens.


Federal Circuit Increases Jurisdictional Scope for Bid Protests in Percipient.ai, Inc. v. United States [Alert]

July 08, 2024

Publication - Construction Law, Government Contracts - Real Estate & Construction

Eric Leonard, Larry Prosen, and Rachel Schwartz discuss the recent expansion of the Court of Federal Claims' jurisdiction over bid protests.


Court of Chancery Dismisses Fiduciary Duty Claims Related to Self-Tender Offer [Delaware Business Court Insider]

July 03, 2024

Publication - Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Restructuring, Commercial Litigation

Kaan Ekiner and Mark Felger, writing in the Delaware Business Court Insider, discuss a recent Delaware Court of Chancery decision dismissing fiduciary duty claims against directors and officers based on their alleged approval of a self-tender involving a controlling stockholder.


Broad Street Brief: Philadelphia Zoo Turns 150

July 03, 2024

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

News and intelligence for professionals on the front lines of policy in the city and suburbs of Philadelphia


Super Lawyers Names 15 Cozen O’Connor Attorneys to its 2024 Florida List

July 03, 2024

Press Release - Bad Faith, Commercial Litigation, Construction Law, Copyright & Content, Corporate, Elder Law, Family Office, Fiduciary Litigation, Insurance Coverage, Intellectual Property, Labor & Employment, Mergers & Acquisitions, Private Client Services, Subrogation & Recovery

Eight Cozen O’Connor attorneys have been recognized as Super Lawyers, including Susan N. Eisenberg, James A. Gale, Howard S. Krooks, Samuel A. Lewis, Ellen S. Morris, Stuart R. Morris, Ralf R. Rodriguez, and Martin T. Schrier. The seven Cozen O’Connor attorneys recognized as Rising Stars are Heather Beale, Tiffany Bustamante, J. Kent Crocker, Arielle Eisenberg, Alexandra J. Schultz, Natasha Shaikh, and Paul Souferis.


Proposed OSHA Rule Focuses on Heat Triggers, Acclimatization Protocols

July 03, 2024

News - Labor & Employment, Workplace Safety and Health

John Ho was quoted in a SHRM article discussing the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) proposed rule addressing heat-related illnesses.


Cozen Cities - July 2, 2024

July 02, 2024

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

BALTIMORE — Gig Work on the Rise in Baltimore Area Gig work is on the rise in the Baltimore area, becoming a predominant lifestyle choice for many individuals. The trend underscores a significant shift in employment dynamics, highlighting both the flexibility and challenges associated with this type of work, and reflects broader economic changes and their impact on local communities.


A Helpful Reminder for Broker-Dealers Subject to Examination by the SEC [Alert]

July 02, 2024

Publication - Securities Litigation & SEC Enforcement

Joe Dever and Alex Cohen discuss the SEC’s Division of Examinations' recently released risk alert, which highlights the examination process for broker-dealers, outlines risk-based factors for selecting firms and determining review scope, and provides a Sample Initial Information Request List targeting regulatory requirements and key risk areas.


Super Lawyers Names Three Cozen O’Connor Attorneys to 2024 Northern California List

July 02, 2024

Press Release - Insurance Coverage, Labor & Employment

Walter M. Stella was recognized as a Super Lawyer, and Solomon Pantuch and Di Addy Tang were named Rising Stars.


Supreme Court Declares Unconstitutional SEC’s Admin Courts Hearing of Fraud Cases When Seeking Civil Penalties [Alert]

July 02, 2024

Publication - Securities Litigation & SEC Enforcement, White Collar Defense & Investigations

Joe Dever and Alex Cohen discuss the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision in SEC v. Jarkesy, which declared the SEC’s use of in-house administrative courts for seeking civil penalties against securities fraud defendants unconstitutional, limiting the SEC’s enforcement powers and raising questions about other agencies' authority.


Michael Heller Quoted in Commercial Observer About D.C. Office Move

July 02, 2024

Press Release

The firm is moving from its current space on 19 Street NW to 2001 M Street NW. The space was previously occupied by Orrick.


Supreme Court Orders Stand Down on Insurance Neutrality Test for Standing [Alert]

July 02, 2024

Publication - Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Restructuring, Business, Insurance Coverage - Insurance

Marla Benedek discusses the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Truck Insurance Exchange v. Kaiser Gypsum Co., Inc., which held that insurers facing potential liability for bankruptcy claims are parties in interest under the Bankruptcy Code.


What SCOTUS’ Immunity Ruling Means for Trump’s Cases and Future Presidents

July 02, 2024

News - Commercial Litigation, Government & Regulatory

Jerry Goldfeder was quoted in a WLRN article discussing how the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision regarding presidential immunity will impact Donald Trump’s conviction and sentencing in New York.


Zoning Reform May Alleviate The Affordable Housing Crisis

July 02, 2024

Publication - Real Estate, Zoning, Land Use & Development

Evan Pritchard and Madeline Williams co-authored a Law360 article on the significance of zoning reform as a first step toward resolving the affordable housing crisis.

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