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The Dotted Line: Beefing up Davis-Bacon Compliance

March 30, 2021

News - Construction Law

Larry Prosen was featured in an article published by Construction Dive, which discusses steps construction firms can take to ensure they remain compliant.


Litigation Leaders: Cozen O’Connor’s Jim Heller on Building Trial-Ready Product Liability, White Collar and Class Action Teams

March 29, 2021

News - Class Actions, Commercial Litigation, Products Liability

The American Lawyer profiled Jim Heller as part of its Litigation Leader series, which features the country's biggest firms' litigation practice leaders.


California Enacts New COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave Requirements With Retroactive Application

March 29, 2021

Publication - Coronavirus Task Force, Labor & Employment

Nicole Perkin and Elena Hillman discuss SB 95, which continues and expands the requirements for COVID-19-related sick pay as mandated previously by the federal FFCRA and California’s AB 1867, both of which expired on December 31, 2020.


Can a Settlement Demand Above Policy Limits Fall within Limits? A Calif. Appellate Court Says Yes

March 29, 2021

Publication - Bad Faith, Insurance Coverage - Insurance

Michael Melendez and Rebekah Shapiro discuss a recent California Appeals Court decision in Planet Bingo LLC v. Burlington Ins. Co., and what it means for liability insurers.


Winning The Talent War: A Can't-Lose Battle For Competitive Success [Forbes]

March 28, 2021

Publication - Antitrust, Commercial Litigation

David Reichenberg contributed an article to Forbes discussing how companies have cut corners by entering into “no-poach” or “no solicitation” deals with their competitors to keep their best employees.


The American Rescue Plan’s Impact on New York State and City Government, Businesses, and Nonprofits

March 26, 2021

Publication - Coronavirus Task Force, Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

Jamie Ansorge, Rose Christ, and Michael Bain discuss how the American Rescue Plan will impact New York City and state, as well as small businesses and nonprofits.


Paycheck Protection Program Extended

March 26, 2021

Publication - Coronavirus Task Force, Corporate

The Paycheck Protection Program is scheduled to expire March 31, 2021. However, the program still has a large amount of unspent money, and there is still considerable support for the program in Congress.


Cozen O’Connor Welcomes Back James J. Sullivan, Jr., Former Chairman, Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission to the Firm’s Labor and Employment Department

March 25, 2021

Press Release - Labor & Employment

Sullivan will be joining the Washington, D.C., office as a member of the Labor & Employment Department and as co-chair of the OSHA-Workplace Safety Practice Group.


Cozen O’Connor Promotes 15 Attorneys to Member

March 25, 2021

Press Release

Cozen O'Connor promoted 15 attorneys to member: Donnie Apodaca, Brian Burack, Jason Cabrera, Kristina Cherevas, Jonathan Gale, Matthew Glavin, Yehudah Gordon, Max Kaplan, Jason Kreps, Anna Will Kentz, Daniel Levine, Peter Lim, Matthew Policastro Laura Reinhart, and Danielle Sapega.


Developments in Offshore Wind Part Two [White Paper]

March 25, 2021

Publication - Wind Energy

Michael Connolly, Amorie Hummel, William Lesser, Heidi Schwartz, Josh Stein, and James Van Orden discuss tax, maritime, and environmental issues and developments affecting the offshore wind industry.


Cozen O’Connor Continues Corporate Practice Expansion in Pittsburgh with the Addition of Benjamin W. Milleville

March 25, 2021

Press Release - Corporate, Corporate Governance & Securities, Nonprofit & Tax-Exempt Organizations

Milleville brings a strong history of advising businesses and nonprofit organizations on corporate and transactional matters, including mergers and acquisitions, the negotiation of commercial agreements, governance, and real estate matters.


The Ever Evolving Registrability of Trademarks for CBD Products [Alert]

March 25, 2021

Publication - Cannabis

Ashley Kessler, Julie Dostal, and Jonathan Gale discuss In re Stanley Brothers Social Enterprises, LLC and if it opens up the opportunity for CBD products to register their trademarks with the USPTO.


Do Green Certification Marks Lead to Greener Consumption? [The Legal Intelligencer]

March 24, 2021

Publication - Intellectual Property, Trademark & Copyright

Julie Dostal authored an article on the use of green trademarks and whether it has an impact on consumers’ purchasing habits and effectively promotes more sustainable, green consumption.


SEC Continues to Signal its Commitment to ESG Disclosures and Reporting [Alert]

March 24, 2021

Publication - Corporate, Corporate Governance & Securities, Environmental, Social & Governance

Mehrnaz Jalali and Kathy Jaffari discuss the SEC's signals over the past six weeks to public companies and investors about its commitment to disclosures and reporting of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues.


Jaqueline Peña Named a 2021 New Jersey Rising Star

March 23, 2021

Press Release - Commercial Litigation, Insurance Coverage

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce that Jacqueline Peña, an associate in the firm’s Commercial Litigation Department has been named to Super Lawyers 2021 list of Rising Stars in New Jersey. Super


Insurance Subrogation Collaboration Yields $3.8B in Settlements [The Daily Journal]

March 23, 2021

Publication - Subrogation & Recovery

Howard Maycon is featured in a Daily Journal article for being selected as a 2021 California Lawyer Attorney of the Year.


William Craven Named a 2021 Texas Rising Star

March 23, 2021

Press Release - Insurance Coverage

Super Lawyers has named William Craven, member of the firm's Global Insurance Department, to its 2021 list of Rising Stars in Texas.


How To Beat The Legal Heat This Summer Internship Season

March 22, 2021

News - Labor & Employment

David Barron spoke to Law360 about the upcoming summer internship season and the legal challenges.


Ken Fisher and Stuart Shorenstein Recognized Among City & State New York’s Law Power 100

March 22, 2021

News - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, Real Estate

Kenneth K. Fisher, a member of Cozen O'Connor’s Business Law Department, and Stuart A. Shorenstein, a member of Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies and chair of the New York City and state practice, were named to City & State New York’s Law Power 100.


Ken Fisher Recognized Among City & State New York’s Real Estate Power 100

March 22, 2021

News - Real Estate

Kenneth K. Fisher, a member of Cozen O'Connor’s Business Law Department, was named to City & State New York’s Real Estate Power 100.

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