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Negative Online Reviews: Think Twice Before Posting Your Reply

July 07, 2021

Publication - Legal Profession Services

Thomas Wilkinson co-authored an article for the July/August 2021 issue of The Pennsylvania Lawyer.

Navigating the Nuances and Unique Issues of a Gray Divorce

July 06, 2021

Publication - Family Law

Jennifer Brandt and Megan Feehan contributed an article to The Legal Intelligencer discussing the issues of a gray divorce and how to navigate through this.

Parenting, the Pandemic and Memories of Dad: Cozen Class Action Leader Meredith Slawe's Story

July 06, 2021


The Legal Intelligencer is publishing a series of articles focused on the human aspect of people in the legal industry during the pandemic, and recently featured Meredith Slawe, co-chair of the firm's Class Actions practice and chair of the firm's Retail practice.

Cozen O’Connor Expands Delaware Commercial Litigation Practice with the Addition of Kaan Ekiner

July 06, 2021

Press Release - Commercial Litigation

Ekiner has built a respected career as a distinguished litigator handling corporate and complex commercial matters involving corporate governance, and contractual and other commercial disputes.

Considerations for Businesses When Sharing Information with An AG’s Office

July 06, 2021

Publication - State Attorneys General

Cozen O’Connor’s State Attorneys General Group co-chair Lori Kalani and members Mira Baylson and Meghan Stoppel recently authored an article in Infosecurity, “Considerations When Sharing Information with an AG's Office” offering advice for companies looking to better protect the sensitive information they submit to government entities in response to an inquiry or investigation.

First Appellate Ruling Holds COVID-19 Business Losses Are Not Physical Loss or Damage [Alert]

July 06, 2021

Publication - Coronavirus Task Force, Insurance Coverage, Property

Alycen A. Moss and Elliot Kerzner discuss the Eighth Circuit's decision in Oral Surgeons, P.C. v. The Cincinnati Insurance Company.

What Attys Must Know As Congress Debates 1031 Program

July 02, 2021

News - Real Estate, Real Estate Finance

Alex DuFour addresses the changes being made by the Biden administration regarding the Section 1031 exchange program in Law360.

State AG Report Wins Burton Award for 2021 Law Blog of the Year

July 02, 2021

Publication - State Attorneys General

Cozen O’Connor’s State AG Report, the go-to resource for issues relating to state attorneys general (AGs), has again in 2021 received the “Blog of the Year Award in Law” presented by the prestigious Burton Awards. Since 1999, The Burton Awards has rewarded excellence in the legal profession and we are honored to receive this recognition.

New Jersey AG Accepts SEC Post | Divestiture Required in Retail Fuel Chain Deal | $230 M Opioid Settlement

July 01, 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 United States.

Sontchi Rejects Majority View on Test to Determine Whether a Business Trust Is an Eligible Debtor

July 01, 2021

Publication - Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Restructuring, Commercial Litigation

Barry Klayman and Mark Felger, writing in the Delaware Business Court Insider, review a recent decision from Chief Judge Sontchi of the Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware holding that the law of the jurisdiction in which a trust is organized governs whether it is a “business trust” that can be an eligible debtor under the Bankruptcy Code.

Florida Governor Signs “Mini-TCPA” Bill That Becomes Effective TODAY [Alert]

July 01, 2021

Publication - Class Actions

Michael W. McTigue Jr., Meredith C. Slawe, Daniel E. Brewer, and Max E. Kaplan discuss CS for SB 1120 (2021) and how it may impact businesses engaging in telemarketing in Florida.

Broad Street Brief: $5.2 Billion City Budget Goes into Effect, Councilmembers Gauthier and Quiñones Sánchez Target Gentrification with Mixed Housing Bill

July 01, 2021

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

Philadelphia’s latest budget goes into effect today, containing $5.2 billion in spending and a host of programs designed to curb Philadelphia’s increasing gun violence rates.

Boom Times for Lawyers as Washington Pursues Big Tech

June 30, 2021

News - Antitrust, Commercial Litigation

David Reichenberg was quoted in an article published by The New York Times which discusses reactions to a federal judge's rulings about antitrust cases related to Facebook, as well as the increasing interest in working for tech clients.

F. Warren Jacoby Appointed Co-Chair of the PBA’s Gaming Law Committee

June 30, 2021

Press Release - Commercial Litigation - Gaming

F. Warren Jacoby, a member of the firm’s Commercial Litigation Department, has been appointed as the co-chair of the Gaming Law Committee for the Pennsylvania Bar Association.

Intellectual Property Department and Camille Miller Recognized by Patexia

June 29, 2021

News - Intellectual Property

Cozen O’Connor’s Intellectual Property Department and Co-Chair Camille Miller have been recognized by Patexia in their Trademark Intelligence Report, a comprehensive report showcasing the best performing and most active trademark prosecution law firms and lawyers.

Coastal Communities Require Permits from Coastal Commission and from HCD for Mobile Home Construction [Alert]

June 29, 2021

Publication - Commercial Litigation, Manufactured Housing

Tom Casparian discusses the California Court of Appeals decision that the CCC and HCD have overlapping jurisdiction when it comes to mobile home construction and replacement in the coastal zone.

This Major Pandemic Protection for Commercial Tenants is Coming to an End

June 29, 2021

News - Real Estate

Ken Fisher discusses what the end of the pandemic-related tenant protection means for landlords of commercial properties in Crain’s New York Business.

Supreme Court Ruling Fosters New Era of NCAA Amateurism

June 28, 2021

Publication - White Collar Defense & Investigations

The Supreme Court's June 21, 2021, decision in NCAA v. Alston ended the NCAA’s efforts to stall reform of its amateurism model, say Stephen Miller and Calli Padilla in Bloomberg Law Insights.

NYC Council Approves Proposal to Mandate Racial Equity Reports for Certain Land Use Applications [Alert])

June 28, 2021

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

Alyssa Baldassini, Kaitesi Munroe, Vivien Krieger and Katie Schwab discuss the NYC Council Approval of the Proposal to Mandate Racial Equity Reports for Certain Land Use Applications

Mandatory Inclusionary Zoning Introduced in Philadelphia City Council [Alert]

June 25, 2021

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

Joseph Hill & Brianna Westbrooks discuss Councilmembers Quiñones Sánchez and Gauthier's legislation that would institute mandatory inclusionary zoning in select areas of the city.

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