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The 'Invisible Hand': Really Knowing Your Trial Attorney [Corporate Counsel]

July 11, 2019

Publication - Commercial Litigation

Matthew Steinberg and Amy Alderfer contributed an article to Corporate Counsel discussing the importance of professionalism and courtesy in trial.

Christopher Hennessy Named Newsletter Editor of the American Bar Association Section of Litigation, Employment & Labor Relations Law Committee

July 11, 2019


Chicago attorney Christopher Hennessy has been named newsletter editor of the American Bar Association Section of Litigation, Employment & Labor Relations Law Committee.

NY is the New CA: 11 Employment Laws You Missed if You Blinked in the First Half of 2019 [Alert]

July 10, 2019

Publication - Labor & Employment

Jennifer Queliz discusses the nuts and bolts of 11 employment laws that have passed or gone into effect this year in New York.

NLRB Advice Division Head To Step Down At Month's End

July 10, 2019

News - Labor & Employment

Barry Kearney discussed with Law360 about the National Labor Relations Board's top legal theorist and adviser stepping down.

Robert S. Kaplan Signs-On to Cozen O’Connor‘s Growing Labor and Employment Practice

July 10, 2019

Press Release - Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation, Labor & Employment

Kaplan has experience as a former investment and retirement services professional and now advises employers, benefit plan sponsors, and other service providers on employee benefits (ERISA) and executive compensation-related legal and tax issues.

No fun in the sun: Trump administration further restricts aviation traffic to Cuba [International Law Office]

July 10, 2019

Publication - Aviation Regulatory

Matthew Howell contributed an article to International Law Office discussing he Department of Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the Department of Commerce's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) announcement of rules designed to further restrict travel to Cuba.

Notice of Appeal Summer 2019

July 10, 2019

Publication - White Collar Defense & Investigations

Bryan Vezey Appointed to Founding Member of the Houston Bar Association LGBTQ+ Committee

July 09, 2019

News - Insurance Coverage

Bryan Vezey, a member of Cozen O’Connor’s Global Insurance Department, has been appointed by the Houston Bar Association as one of 14 founding members of the LGBTQ+ Committee. This committee examines issues and creates programming related to the community.

Maintaining: Public Works in the Next New York

July 09, 2019

Publication - Real Estate

Ken Fisher co-authored a chapter titled, “Turn Development Rights into Landmarks Revenue” in Maintaining: Public Works in the Next New York, published by the Urban Design Forum.

Colorado Supreme Court: Appraisers May Not Advocate for Party Retaining Them [Alert]

July 08, 2019

Publication - Insurance Coverage - Insurance

Christopher S. Clemenson and John Daly discuss the instructions from the Colorado Supreme Court and how it may create a number of new disputes between insurers and their insureds during, and after, the appraisal process.

Chancery Enforces Contractual Protections for Privileged Pre-Merger Communications [Delaware Business Court Insider]

July 03, 2019

Publication - Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Restructuring, Commercial Litigation

Barry Klayman and Mark Felger discuss a recent case from the Delaware Court of Chancery upholding the use by the seller of a business of contractual provisions in a merger agreement to protect pre-merger, privileged communications between the seller and its counsel in negotiating the merger and prevent their use by the buyer in subsequent litigation with the seller.

Do Your Job, Even if it Kills You? [CLM]

July 01, 2019

Publication - Commercial Litigation

Simeon Brier and Matt Criscuolo contributed an article to CLM discussing the professional liability implications following the arrest of Marjory Stoneman Douglas' student Resource Offer Scot Peterson, in the wake of the February 2018 school shooting.

The Boundaries of Consumer Protection Regulation: DOT Rejects Petitions for Rulemaking [The Air & Space Lawyer]

July 01, 2019

Publication - Aviation Regulatory

This article reviews the Trump administration’s macro approach to regulatory reform, including trends in regulatory enforcement and focuses on three recent Department of Transportation orders.

Department of State Requests Social Media Profile Identifiers [Alert]

July 01, 2019

Publication - Immigration

Velika A. Nespor and Frances Rayer discuss the new requirements for all nonimmigrant and immigrant visa applicants.

Julia Molander Named a 2019 Northern California Super Lawyer

June 27, 2019

Press Release - Bad Faith - Insurance

Julia Molander, a member of the firm’s Global Insurance Department, was named a Northern California Super Lawyer as a Top Rated Insurance Coverage Attorney.

Droning On: Trump Administration Calls for Additional Sanctions on Iran [Alert]

June 26, 2019

Publication - Trade Regulations, Export Controls & Sanctions, Transportation & Trade

Don Kassilke and Matt Howell discuss the largely symbolic new round of sanctions specifically targeting the senior leadership of the Iranian regime.

Sentencing in Micronesian Bribery Case Highlights DOJ’s Commitment to Individual Prosecutions

June 26, 2019

News - White Collar Defense & Investigations

Martin Bloor comments on the Micronesian bribery case in an article in The Anti-Corruption Report.

Cozen O'Connor Encourages Attorneys to Use Preferred Pronouns in Show of Solidarity

June 26, 2019


Aaron Krauss discussed with The American Lawyer how the firm is encouraging its attorneys to use their preferred pronouns in their email signatures.

Nine Cozen O'Connor Attorneys Named 2019 Florida Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

June 26, 2019

Press Release

Super Lawyers has named Nine Cozen O'Connor attorneys to its 2019 Florida Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists.

When is Obesity a Disability under the ADA? [Alert]

June 26, 2019

Publication - Employment Litigation, Labor & Employment

Jeff Pasek discusses the Seventh Circuit's decision in Richardson v. Chicago Transit Authority and what employers need to know when making decisions related to employee disability claims.

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