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Travel Bans To Be Rescinded; Proof of Vaccination To Be Required [Alert]

September 21, 2021

Publication - Immigration

Fran Rayer and Beth Olivera discuss Biden administration's plans to ease travel restrictions on all international travelers coming into the United States.


Cannabis Practices Sprout as Big Law Firms Follow the Money

September 21, 2021

News - Cannabis

Joe Bedwick spoke with Bloomberg Law about working for the firm's cannabis industry group.


With Approach to Coinbase, SEC Shows its Hand on Cryptocurrency

September 21, 2021

News - Commercial Litigation - Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Technology

Devin Donohue was featured in an article published by Compliance Week, which discusses recent updates within the cryptocurrency industry.


Wizards and Demons: Does a Copyright Claim Spell Trouble for Card Gamers?

September 20, 2021

News - Copyright & Content, Intellectual Property

Lisa Ferrari spoke with World Intellectual Property Review about a problematic copyright grant that has upset players of the card game, Magic: the Gathering.


Jennifer Brandt Discusses the Gabby Petito Investigation

September 20, 2021

News - Family Law

Jennifer Brandt, chair of the firm’s Family Law Group, appeared on Court TV discussing the Gabby Petito investigation, the R. Kelly case, and other legal issues in the news.


Bankruptcy Courts' Equitable Discretion May Be In Danger [Law360]

September 20, 2021

Publication - Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Restructuring

Brian Shaw and Mark Radtke co-authored an article in Law360 exploring the concerns about the bankruptcy court’s ability to make impartial decisions.


Thomas Wilkinson Elected to Serve a Three-Year Term on the ABA Board of Governors

September 17, 2021

Press Release - Commercial Litigation, Legal Profession Services

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce that Thomas G. Wilkinson, member of the firm’s Commercial Litigation Department, has been elected to serve a three-year term on the American Bar Association Board of Governors representing Pennsylvania and New Jersey.


FTC’s New Enforcement Arsenal | Income Share Agreements Scrutinized | Big Oil Faces New Climate Suit

September 16, 2021

Publication - State Attorneys General

The State AG Report – 9.16.20214 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.


Cozen O’Connor’s Corporate Practice and Multiple Attorneys Recognized by IFLR 1000

September 16, 2021

News - Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Restructuring, Corporate

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce that the firm’s Corporate Practice and multiple attorneys in the firm’s Corporate and Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Restructuring practices have been recognized by IFLR 1000.


Cozen O’Connor Announced as Mansfield Rule 4.0 Certified

September 16, 2021

Press Release

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce that it has achieved Mansfield 4.0.


What Federal Contractors Need to Know About the Biden Administration’s Vaccine Mandate

September 16, 2021

Publication - Coronavirus Task Force, Government Contracts

Matt Howell and Bob Magovern discuss what Biden's September 9, 2021, executive order means for federal contractors.


Q&A: Shouvik Biswas, Aaron Lukas and Blake Coblentz on the America Invents Act

September 16, 2021

News - Hatch-Waxman Litigation, Intellectual Property, Patents

Blake Coblentz and Aaron Lukas spoke with World Intellectual Property Review to discuss the 10-year anniversary of the America Invents Act (AIA).


Co-op and Condo Tax Abatement Now Tied to Prevailing Wages

September 15, 2021

News - Condominiums & Cooperatives

Leni Cummins discusses imminent changes that are a result of Senate bill S6350A that was signed by Governor Kathy Hochul and will limit the tax abatement to those residing in condos and co-ops that pay their service employees the prevailing wage in Habitat Magazine.


Prevailing Wages for Co-op & Condo Staff Now Required for Tax Abatements [The Cooperator New York]

September 15, 2021

Publication - Condominiums & Cooperatives

Leni Cummins and Jennifer Miller authored an article discussing the Senate Bill S6350A signed into law by Governor Kathy Hochul that will require condos and cooperatives to pay prevailing wages to service employees in order for their owners/shareholders to receive tax abatements in The Cooperator New York.


FFIEC Updates Guidance to Financial Institutions for Authentication and Access [Alert]

September 14, 2021

Publication - Technology, Privacy & Data Security

Chris Dodson and Andy Baer discuss FFIEC's updated guidance and best practices for financial institutions for information system authentication and access management controls.


Ready, Set, SPAC: Who Is Winning In This Latest Investment Trend?

September 13, 2021

Publication - Antitrust

David Reichenberg contributed an article to Forbes discussing why certain companies have chosen to go public via SPAC, or special purpose acquisition company, as part of the “SPAC-mania” that has taken hold since the pandemic.


Jennifer Brandt Discusses Robert Durst and R. Kelly Trials

September 13, 2021

News - Family Law

Jennifer Brandt, chair of the firm’s Family Law Group, was a guest on Court TV discussing the Robert Durst and R. Kelly trials, among other topics.


Some businesses welcome Biden's vaccination mandate while others worry about the costs, effects on worker shortages

September 12, 2021

News - Coronavirus Task Force, Labor & Employment

James Sullivan was quoted in the USA Today discussing President Biden’s COVID-19 vaccination mandate for firms with 100 or more employees.


Labor unions, a key Democratic ally, lukewarm on Biden vaccine mandate

September 12, 2021

News - Coronavirus Task Force, Labor & Employment

James Sullivan was quoted in Yahoo! News discussing two executive orders that would mandate vaccines for more than two-thirds of working Americans.


U.S. companies are reacting differently to orders

September 12, 2021

News - Coronavirus Task Force, Labor & Employment

James Sullivan spoke with Texas News Today about President Biden's COVID-19 vaccination obligations for companies with more than 100 employees.

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