Cozen O’Connor: Clark, William N.

William N. Clark, Jr.

Member

Philadelphia

(215) 665-4101

(215) 665-2013

William N. Clark, Jr. joined the firm in October 1992 and practices in the Philadelphia office’s Subrogation & Recovery Department.

Bill earned his Bachelor of Science at Trenton State College in 1989 and his law degree at Rutgers University at Camden in 1993.

 

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Publications

Subrogation and Recovery for Winter Storm Jonas [Subrogation & Recovery Alert]

January 28, 2016

William N. Clark, Jr., and Alexa Sebia discuss Winter Storm Jonas and potential subrogation opportunities.

Fall 2009 [Subrogation and Recovery Observer]

October 01, 2009

Fall 2009 - Subrogation and Recovery Observer - Welcome to the Fall 2009 issue of the Cozen O'Connor Subrogation and Recovery Observer. In this issue, we report on our recent trial victories, notable settlements, and other newsworthy developments in subrogation issues

Arc Fault Circuit Interrupters. The Next Generation of Fire Prevention – The Next Generation of Recovery Opportunities [Subrogation and Recovery Theories of Liability]

January 13, 2006

Arc Fault Circuit Interrupters. The Next Generation of Fire Prevention – The Next Generation of Recovery Opportunities - Subrogation and Recovery Theories of Liability - 10 pgs total, includes chart. Manufacturers of electrical equipment have developed a new product that they claim is at the forefront of circuit protection technology. This new product is called the Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter (AFCI). AFCIs provide protection against arcing in fixed wiring, appliance cords and extension cords. This paper explores arcing, AFCI technology and recovery opportunities that may arise from this new technology.

The Impact of the Economic Loss Doctrine on Ocean and Inland Marine Subrogation Claims [Ocean Marine and Inland Marine - Subrogation and Recovery - Articles and Papers]

January 13, 2006

The Impact of the Economic Loss Doctrine on Ocean and Inland Marine Subrogation Claims - Ocean Marine and Inland Marine - Subrogation and Recovery - Articles and Papers - 15 pgs total. The economic loss doctrine significantly impacts the availability of tort remedies in the context of marine subrogation claims. The ability to recover in tort is important because of restrictions on rights of recovery under contract or warranty. Topics: DEVELOPMENT OF THE ECONOMIC LOSS DOCTRINE; DEFINING OTHER PROPERTY; EROSION OF THE POST-SALE DUTY TO WARN EXCEPTION; SERVICE TRANSACTIONS; RECOVERY OF ECONOMIC LOSSES WHICH RESULT FROM DAMAGE TO OTHER PROPERTY

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Education

  • Rutgers University School of Law - Camden, J.D., 1993
  • The College of New Jersey, B.S., 1989
  • New Jersey
  • Pennsylvania