Cozen O’Connor: Hazan-Cohen, Marcos Alfredo

Marcos Alfredo Hazan-Cohen

Co-Chair, Subrogation & Recovery, Latin American Region

Dallas

(214) 462-3029

(866) 765-8610

Marcos Hazan-Cohen concentrates his practice on complex litigation matters, including products liability, fire and flood losses, construction defects and commercial disputes. Marcos' practice is geared toward both sides of the docket and he has handled a numerous cases in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana state and federal courts. Marcos is fluent in Spanish and frequently assists clients with catastrophic property damage claims, products liability and commercial litigation matters in Mexico, Central America, and South America. 

Marcos is a co-chair of Cozen O'Connor's Subrogation & Recovery Publications Committee and a member of the firm's marketing committee. He has written numerous articles and frequently lectures to clients and organizations throughout the country addressing a wide range of litigation and practice area issues.

In 1996, Marcos received his Bachelor of Arts in Spanish literature from Brandeis University and earned his law degree from Southern Methodist University School of Law in 1999, where he was a member of the Hispanic American Law Students Association and the Jewish Law Students Association.

News

The Dark Side of Energy Savings [Claims Magazine]

June 26, 2012

If you live in the southern United States, you have probably looked into different ways of lowering your energy consumption and cooling costs during the hot summer months.

Publications

Summer 2010 [Subrogation & Recovery Observer]

July 29, 2010

Summer 2010 - Subrogation & Recovery Observer -

Lightning-Induced CSST Fires: Protecting Your Subrogation Rights [Subrogation and Recovery Alert!]

May 11, 2009

Lightning-Induced CSST Fires: Protecting Your Subrogation Rights - Subrogation and Recovery Alert! - Since the introduction of CSST, there has been an
increase in fire damage caused by lightning strikes. Direct and indirect lightning strikes can energize CSST, inducing current that attempts to use the metal conduit to reach ground.The corrugated design and the thin walls cannot withstand the energy produced, causing a
hole to be melted in the CSST.That hole results in the release of pressurized natural gas or propane into the structure

Events & Seminars

Past Events

2015 Texas Burn & Learn

April 08, 2015 -

CSST: Flexible, Fallible?

August 21, 2014 -

Education

  • Southern Methodist University, J.D., 1999
  • Brandeis University, B.A., 1996
  • Texas
  • U.S. District Court -- Eastern District of Texas
  • U.S. District Court -- Northern District of Texas
  • U.S. District Court -- Southern District of Texas
  • U.S. District Court -- Western District of Texas
  • American Bar Association
  • Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
  • Dallas Bar Association
  • Dallas Hispanic Bar Association
  • Dallas Young Lawyers Association
  • Defense Research Institute