Arthur P. Fritzinger

Member

Philadelphia

(215) 665-7264

(215) 665-2013

Arthur primarily advises and represents companies and employees facing criminal and civil exposure, guiding them through internal investigations and resulting civil and criminal litigation. He has represented clients in state and federal courts throughout the country.

Arthur has extensive experience in matters involving federal corruption laws, healthcare fraud, regulation of complex technologies and civil rights litigation involving schools and universities. He has also litigated numerous commercial cases, including shareholder actions, contractual disputes, ownership disputes, fraud claims, consumer protection claims, trade secret actions, and privacy data breaches.

Arthur graduated from Temple University Beasley School of Law, magna cum laude, and the University of Pennsylvania, cum laude, where he was an offensive lineman on the football team. Arthur joined the firm after clerkships with the Honorable Mitchell S. Goldberg, U.S. District Court judge and the Honorable David R. Strawbridge, U.S. magistrate judge, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania.  

Arthur is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Experience

News

Cozen O'Connor and Pennsylvania Innocence Project Team Up to Clear Innocent Man Imprisoned for Murder

May 21, 2018

Congratulations to Vince McGuinness, Hayes Hunt, Dylan Alper, Calli Padilla, and Art Fritzinger, all of the Philadelphia office, for their successful advocacy for Dontia Patterson who served over a decade in prison for a crime he did not commit.

Cozen O’Connor Promotes 17 Attorneys to Membership

April 03, 2017

The management committee is pleased to welcome a particularly qualified group to membership, composed of outstanding attorneys who have demonstrated remarkable professionalism, leadership, dedication, and loyalty to the firm and the legal community at large.

Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Named to First Judicial District of Pennsylvania's 2014 Pro Bono Roll of Honor

November 04, 2014

Sixteen Cozen O'Connor attorneys have been named to the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania's 2014 Pro Bono Roll of Honor. Each year, the pro bono committee of the First Judicial Court recognizes attorneys who have provided pro bono services to litigants in the Philadephia Courts. In order to be named to the Roll of Honor, an attorney must practice in Philadelphia County, must have provided services to a client in a case before the FJD, must not be employed by an organization whose primary purpose is the provision of free legal services to the underprivileged, and must have provided legal services with no expectation of receiving a fee.

Publications

Summary and Analysis of Key Provisions of the CARES Act

March 28, 2020

Members of Cozen O'Connor's Coronavirus Task Force provide analysis of the CARES Act and how it will impact small businesses, distressed industries, employers and employees, taxes, and the health care, real estates, and energy industries.

In Same-Sex Marriage Case, Justices Face Complex Social, Legal Issues [The Legal Intelligencer]

June 10, 2015

Stephen Miller and Arthur Fritzinger discuss Obergefell v. Hodges, which the Supreme Court will decide later this month.

A Primer on Joint-Defense Agreements [The Legal Intelligencer]

May 05, 2015

Matthew Glazer and Arthur Fritzinger explain that even the most routine corporate investigation has the potential to develop into a multidefendant case, and it may be important for parties to coordinate their strategies from the beginning through joint-defense agreements.

Reporting and Investigating Potential Employee Wrongdoing [The Legal Intelligencer]

October 22, 2014

In an article published in The Legal Intelligencer, Hayes Hunt, a member of Cozen O'Connor's Commercial Litigation Department, and Arthur Fritzinger, an associate in the Commercial Litigation Department, discuss the importance of having clear policies in place to quickly root out potential wrongdoing and thoroughly investigate issues that arise within the organization. Employee wrongdoing may be unavoidable within a large organization, but every company has the ability to limit its impact.

The Rise and Risk of Obstructionist Discovery Tactics [The Legal Intelligencer]

August 20, 2014

In an article published in The Legal Intelligencer, Hayes Hunt, a member of Cozen O'Connor's Commercial Litigation Department and Arthur Fritzinger, an associate in the Commercial Litigation Department, discuss the increasing use of the discovery process to leverage favorable settlements and resolutions.

Education

  • Temple University—James E. Beasley School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 2010
  • University of Pennsylvania, B.A., 2007
  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey

Hon. Mitchell S. Goldberg, U.S. District Court Eastern District of Pennsylvania

Hon. David R. Strawbridge, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania