Antitrust & Competition

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Will the Rogers Ruling Drive Competition Reform?

Michael Osborne was quoted in a National Magazine article discussing the Federal Court of Appeal’s ruling to uphold the decision to allow the Rogers Communications and Shaw Communications’ merger and the effect it could have on the Competition Commissioner’s ability to advocate for reform.

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Cozen O’Connor’s acclaimed cross-border antitrust and competition practice has been representing clients in competition-related matters for more than 30 years. Our attorneys have prevailed in high stakes antitrust and competition cases, and have been recognized by industry leaders for their depth and breadth of experience across the United States and Canada. We provide the full range of antitrust and competition legal services, including investigations and litigation initiated by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Competition Bureau Canada, state attorneys general and foreign competition authorities. We assist clients in obtaining merger clearance on both sides of the border, including HSR notifications in the United States, and Competition Act and Investment Canada Act notifications and reviews in Canada, the latter of which is a burgeoning area of our Canadian practice as national security reviews proliferate.

We represent clients in private antitrust and competition litigation, including defending clients in class actions alleging price-fixing. We advise clients on proposed business practices and provided tailored compliance programs. Our clients include airline and aviation companies, hospitals and healthcare systems, telecommunications and entertainment companies, pharmaceutical and medical device companies, technology leaders, manufacturers of consumer goods and services, trade associations and industry groups, and some of the world’s largest transportation companies.  Not only has our team achieved notable successes in the pursuit and defense of high-profile antitrust and competition actions, but – just as importantly – our attorneys consistently provide the proactive advice and counsel that prevents such actions from arising in the first place.

 Who We Are

Based in the firm’s Washington, D.C., New York City, Philadelphia, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Denver, Toronto, and Vancouver offices, our attorneys are longstanding leaders in the antitrust and competition bars, and are often asked to serve in key positions on legal industry committees and panels. Our cross-border antitrust and competition team includes seasoned trial attorneys and former government enforcement attorneys, including those who were previously with the antitrust division of the DOJ, U.S. Attorney’s offices, and antitrust division of state attorneys general offices. Our attorneys understand how these crucial governmental agencies operate. That’s not just because our attorneys worked for these agencies, but also because we still frequently work with these agencies, which gives us, and our clients, valuable insights into the best ways to move forward on any antitrust/competition issue, whether investigating, litigating or seeking deal clearance. And through Cozen O’Connor’s renowned State Attorneys General practice, we maintain strong professional connections to chief antitrust prosecutors in every state.

What We Do

Cozen O’Connor provides a one-stop shop for the full spectrum of clients’ antitrust and competition needs, including civil litigation, merger notification and review, government investigations, criminal litigation and cartels, compliance and counseling, consumer protection, and maritime antitrust.

Civil Litigation. Cozen O’Connor frequently represents clients in antitrust and competition proceedings, including private and public damages litigation, competitor actions, class actions, and administrative actions, on both the plaintiff and defense sides. Moreover, because it is common for targeted companies to confront related civil and criminal litigation simultaneously, our seasoned team of attorneys defends complex multi-plaintiff disputes that involve a wide variety of alleged anti-competitive behaviors in multiple jurisdictions. We have a strong track record of success in these complex matters.

Premerger Notification and Review. Our team is also adept at guiding clients through the regulatory process associated with mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, licensing agreements, and other collaborations of competitors, from compliance with the notification requirements under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act in the United States, and the Competition Act and Investment Canada Act in Canada, to defending investigations by the DOJ, FTC, state attorneys general, and Canadian Competition Bureau. We use our experience to help clients determine how to structure a deal to efficiently pass antitrust review and avoid overly onerous remedies. Cozen O’Connor has extensive experience with DOJ, the FTC, and the Canadian Competition Bureau in merger review (including Second Requests), and our State Attorneys General practice works with state enforcers exercising their concurrent authority to review and potentially challenge proposed mergers or acquisitions.

Government Investigations. Our attorneys regularly defend clients in civil conduct and criminal antitrust and competition investigations initiated by the DOJ, FTC, state attorneys general, and the Competition Bureau concerning price fixing, collusion, bid rigging, abuse of dominant position, monopolization, and other alleged anticompetitive conduct. We provide a seamless cross-border service, and are particularly adept at managing investigations that involve multiple jurisdictions, agencies, levels of government, and/or related civil and criminal inquiries. When contacted early in the process, Cozen O’Connor is often able to quickly identify solutions, conduct efficient discovery, and conclude investigations without enforcement action.

Criminal Litigation and Cartels. Cozen O’Connor represents companies, employees, and witnesses in the United States, Canada, and beyond in criminal proceedings. Our attorneys have deep experience with the DOJ’s amended amnesty program and the Competition Bureau’s Immunity and Leniency programs, and have earned a reputation within the enforcement community for trustworthiness and candor, all of which allows us to move quickly and decisively toward dismissal rather than sanction.

Compliance and Counseling. Our attorneys help clients comply with all federal and state antitrust/competition, consumer protection, and privacy laws and to do so in ways that support the client’s business objectives. We advise clients on matters such as information sharing, joint venture and teaming arrangements, exclusivity and MFN provisions, distribution systems, predatory pricing, and Robinson-Patman Act compliance. We also conduct antitrust and competition compliance audits and help our clients establish high-quality compliance regimes. We work closely with you to balance legal objectives and risks with your business needs.

Consumer Protection. In addition, our team of attorneys has vast experience helping public and private companies respond to consumer protection government investigations, consumer claims, and class actions.

Aviation and Maritime Antitrust & Competition. Our renowned aviation and maritime antitrust and competition attorneys advise many of the world’s largest transportation companies on the unique intersection of antitrust laws and transportation regulations.

In the multi-faceted and high-stakes area of antitrust and competition law, Cozen O’Connor has the experience, tenacity, and intellectual rigor necessary to achieve the best possible result for our clients.

Experience

Publications

Opinion: Industry Committee Has No Business in Rogers-Shaw Merger Review [Financial Post]

January 24, 2023

Michael Osborne contributed an article to Financial Post discussing the new hearings held by the House of Commons Standing Committee in the Rogers Communications and Shaw Communications merger.

Canada Gets Tough on Chinese Investors [Alert]

January 23, 2023

New policies and changes to Investment Canada Act to block Chinese control of critical minerals supply chains.

Canada Proposes Sweeping National Security Updates to Investment Canada Act [Alert]

January 23, 2023

Foreign investors in Canadian businesses are set to face tougher national security review provisions under the Investment Canada Act.

Competition Bureau Is Likely to Lose Its Appeal in Rogers-Shaw Takeover

January 23, 2023

Michael Osborne contributed an article to The Globe and Mail discussing the Competition Bureau’s appeal in the Rogers-Shaw Communications merger.

Commissioner’s Appeal of Rogers-Shaw Decision Likely to Fail [Alert]

January 17, 2023

The Commissioner’s appeal is scheduled to be heard on January 24, 2023. Read our prediction on the outcome of this appeal.

Rogers-Shaw-Videotron Deal will Increase Competition, Tribunal Finds [Alert]

January 17, 2023

The Commissioner of Competition had applied for a full block of the Rogers-Shaw-Videotron deal. The Tribunal rejected every allegation made by the Commissioner.

Guide for Internal Investigations of White Collar Crime

December 19, 2022

Michael Osborne contributed three sections, Multi-Jurisdictional Investigations, Employee Witnesses and Upjohn Warning, and Data Protection and Privacy, and provided edits to the Canadian Bar Association’s “Guide for Internal Investigations of White Collar-Crime.”

Technicality Likely Won’t Decide Rogers-Shaw-Quebecor Case [Financial Post]

November 14, 2022

Michael Osborne contributed an article to The Financial Post discussing the Commissioner of Competition’s challenge to the Rogers Shaw acquisition.

Differing Results in Minnesota “Tenants Rights” Ordinance Cases

April 08, 2022

Mark Jacobson contributed a blog post to the Consumer Data Industry Association offering a summary of the litigation in Minneapolis and St. Paul and the different paths the cases have taken in the federal courts there.

DOJ Continues Crackdown on No-Poach-Agreements [Alert]

February 02, 2022

Nathan Larkin and Stephen Miller, discuss the DOJ's crackdown on alleged “no poach” or “wage fixing” market collusion between competitors.

DOJ Antitrust Targets (Again) No-Poach Hiring Agreements [Alerts]

December 13, 2021

Stephen A. Miller, David Reichenberg, and Lauren Vaca discuss the most DOJ criminal prosecution of no-poach agreements.

Public Policy May Void No-Poach, Noncompete Restrictions

May 25, 2021

Paul Steinman and David Reichenberg published an article in Bloomberg Law discussing “no-poach/no-hire” agreements between companies.

US Supreme Court Poised to Revolutionize College Athletics

April 29, 2021

Stephen Miller and Jonathan Ciriello contributed an article to The Legal Intelligencer discussing how change is coming to the NCAA’s amateurism model.

Repeal of McCarran-Ferguson Act — Ramifications for Insurance Clients

January 25, 2021

Jonathan Grossman discusses how the Competitive Health Insurance Reform Act will impact health insurance companies, as they are now no longer immune from antitrust scrutiny for activities previously found to be “the business of insurance.”

Antitrust Enforcers Lodge First Criminal Indictment for Violation of No-Poach Agreement [Alert]

January 13, 2021

Stephen Miller and Casey James discuss the DOJ's indictment charging Surgical Care Affiliates LLC of colluding with two companies not to solicit each other’s senior-level employees.

Updated Government Guidance on Vertical Mergers [Alert]

July 15, 2020

Thomas Ingalls discusses the DOJ and FTC's new Vertical Merger Guidelines setting forth how they intend to analyze mergers between companies at different levels in a distribution chain.

COVID-19 and the Risk of Anti-Competitive Employment Practices

May 11, 2020

Jonathan Grossman, Mark Jacobson and Max Kaplan published an article to Corporate Compliance Insights discussing how employers, staffers, and recruiters should be cautious of antitrust enforcement during COVID-19.

Employers, Staffers, and Recruiters Now on Notice of Antitrust Enforcement During COVID-19 [Alert]

April 15, 2020

Bob Magovern discusses what the DOJ and Federal Trade Commission's joint statement means for employers.

Antitrust Agencies Offer COVID-19 Guidance and Warnings to Competitor Collaborations [Alert]

March 27, 2020

Robert K. Magovern and Matthew Howell discuss the DOJ's and FTC's joint statement pertaining to the enforcement of competition laws during the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19 and Antitrust? An Announcement from the Department of Justice [Alert]

March 18, 2020

Jonathan Grossman discusses the DOJ's warning against violations of antitrust laws in the manufacturing, distribution, and sale of public health products such as face masks, respirators, and diagnostics.

First Circuit Permits Antitrust Claims for Improperly Listing a Device Patent on the FDA’s Orange Book to Move Forward [Alert]

February 25, 2020

In a holding that could significantly broaden the antitrust inquiry in the context of the Hatch-Waxman regulatory scheme, on February 13, 2020, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit issued an opinion that may have wide-ranging implications for both branded companies that own, and generic companies that challenge, patents listed on FDA’s Orange Book that claim drug delivery devices.

State Attorney Activism and Enforcement Trends

February 03, 2020

Ann-Marie Luciano, Chris Allen, and Bryan Mosca published an article in Bloomberg Law on February 3, 2020, sharing their observations on trends in state Attorney General activity in 2019, and the enforcement priorities they expect to see AGs focus on in 2020.

DOJ Antitrust Division Now Gives Credit for Compliance Program in Cartel Investigations

July 22, 2019

Nicole H. Sprinzen and Thomas Ingalls discuss how, under the new Antitrust Division policy, an effective compliance policy would prevent antitrust violations but also remediate them when they do occur.

US Supreme Court Considers Appropriate Deference to Foreign Law

May 07, 2018

Stephen Miller, vice chair of the firm's Criminal Defense & Internal Investigations Practice Group and Isaac Binkovitz, an associate in the firm's Commercial Litigation Department, co-authored, "US Supreme Court Considers Appropriate Deference to Foreign Law," for The Legal Intelligencer.

Events & Seminars

Past Events

The 26th Annual Course on Written Advocacy

November 01, 2022 - Webinar

Recent Developments in Antitrust Law

October 12, 2022 - Webinar

Antitrust Fundamentals CLE Program

September 29, 2022 - Webinar

Health Law 2022

December 08, 2021 - Webinar

Health Law 2021

December 07, 2020 - Webinar

ACC 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting

October 15, 2020 - Webinar

Health Law 2020

December 04, 2019 - Philadelphia, PA

Council of Multiple Listing Services Legal Seminar 2019

October 16, 2019 - Salt Lake City, Utah

ABA Business Law Section Annual Meeting

September 12, 2019 - Washington D.C.

Health Law 2019

December 05, 2018 - Philadelphia, PA

Government and Private Multidistrict Litigation

September 24, 2018 - Minneapolis, MN

In The News

Will the Rogers Ruling Drive Competition Reform?

January 26, 2023

Michael Osborne was quoted in a National Magazine article discussing the Federal Court of Appeal’s ruling to uphold the decision to allow the Rogers Communications and Shaw Communications’ merger and the effect it could have on the Competition Commissioner’s ability to advocate for reform.

Rogers and Shaw Win Merger Case at Federal Court of Appeal

January 25, 2023

Michael Osborne was quoted in a Toronto Star article discussing Rogers Communications and Shaw Communications’ victory at the Federal Court of Appeal, which upheld a ruling in favor of their merger.

Rogers-Shaw Deal Gets Lift as Court Rebuffs Antitrust Appeal

January 24, 2023

Michael Osborne was quoted in a Bloomberg article discussing the dismissed appeal by a Canadian appeals court in the Roger-Shaw Communications merger.

Supreme Court Unlikely to Want to Take On Rogers-Shaw Case: Competition Lawyer

January 24, 2023

In a video interview with BNN Bloomberg, Michael Osborne, chair of the firm’s Canadian Competition Practice, discussed the dismissal of the Competition Bureau’s appeal seeking to overturn the Competition Tribunal’s approval of Rogers Communications Inc.’s proposed merger with Shaw Communications Inc

Rogers-Shaw, Canada Regulator to Duke It Out in Federal Court Over C$20 Billion Bid

January 23, 2023

Michael Osborne was quoted in a Reuters article discussing the Rogers Communications and Shaw Communications’ appeal, which will be heard tomorrow in a Federal Court of Appeal in Ottawa.

Competition Bureau Appeal of Rogers-Shaw Approval to Be Heard Jan. 24

January 04, 2023

Michael Osborne was quoted in a Financial Post article discussing the Competition Bureau’s appeal of a tribunal decision to approve the merger between Rogers Communications Inc. and Shaw Communications Inc.

Tribunal ‘Smackdown’ Raises Odds of Rogers-Shaw Deal Closing, Experts Say, as Appeal Date Set

January 03, 2023

Michael Osborne was quoted in a Toronto Star article discussing the substantially increased odds of the Rogers-Shaw deal closing.

Appeal in Rogers-Shaw Takeover Set for Jan. 24

January 03, 2023

Michael Osborne was quoted in an article published by The Globe and Mail that discusses the Competition Bureau’s appeal to the tribunal’s decision to permit a proposed $20 billion deal between Rogers Communications Inc. and Shaw Communications Inc.

Don’t Expect Minister Champagne to Second Guess the Tribunal: Competition Lawyer on Rogers-Shaw Deal

December 30, 2022

In a video interview with BNN Bloomberg, Michael Osborne, chair of the firm’s Canadian Competition Practice, discussed his view on the Competition Tribunal not opposing the Rogers-Shaw $20 billion deal.

DOJ Focuses on Interlocking Directorates Reflects 'Shot Across the Bow' At PE – Analysis

December 21, 2022

Jonathan Grossman was quoted in an article published by Aldrin Brown, writer at Policy and Regulatory Report, that discusses the crackdown on interlocking directorates by the US Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division, forcing public companies to scrutinize their compliance with Section 8 of the Clayton Act.

Cozen O’Connor Recognized as a “Best Law Firm” in 30 Practice Areas Nationwide, 115 Practice Areas Regionally

November 30, 2022

U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers recognized Cozen O’Connor as a “Best Law Firm” in 30 practice areas nationwide and 115 practice areas regionally.

Rogers-Shaw Hearings Not So Public Despite Tribunal’s Pledge to Hold Open Process

November 18, 2022

Michael Osborne was quoted in a Globe and Mail article discussing the increased interest and confidentiality aspects of the Rogers Communications Inc. and Shaw Communications Inc. public hearing.

Federal Judge Asks Rogers and Shaw to Provide Evidence Supporting Competition Bureau’s Proposed Relief

November 04, 2022

Michael Osborne was quoted in an article published by The Globe and Mail that discusses a recent request for Rogers Communications Inc. and Shaw Communications Inc. to address proposals from Canada’s anti-competition watchdog to resolve a dispute.

Veteran Litigator Michael Osborne Joins Commercial Litigation Department

October 17, 2022

Osborne has defended leading pharmaceutical, banking, and technology enterprises based in Canada, the U.S., and Asia in high-stakes litigation.

Chambers Ranks 86 Cozen O’Connor Lawyers, 22 Practice Areas in Chambers USA 2022 Guide

June 02, 2022

Chambers USA, the leading annual guide to the top lawyers and law firms in the United States, has ranked 86 Cozen O’Connor lawyers as leaders in their respective fields in the guide’s 2022 edition.

Limited Resources Will Test DOJ Preference For Merger Suits

January 27, 2022

Jonathan Grossman was quoted in an article published by Law360, which discusses reactions to Jonathan Kanter, the U.S. Department of Justice's Antitrust Division chief, stating that merger settlements should be "the exception, not the rule."

Why Microsoft's $68.7B Activision Play Will Probably Succeed

January 20, 2022

Jonathan Grossman was quoted in an article published by Law360 which discusses how Microsoft's $68.7 billion deal to buy Activision Blizzard is sure to receive heavy scrutiny from U.S. antitrust and competition regulators.

82 Cozen O’Connor Lawyers, 19 Practices Earn Top Recognition in Chambers USA 2021 Guide

May 26, 2021

Chambers USA, the leading annual guide to the top lawyers and law firms in the United States, has ranked 82 Cozen O’Connor lawyers as leaders in their respective fields in the guide’s 2021 edition; of those, 15 lawyers have been recognized nationally.

4 healthcare antitrust issues to watch

March 01, 2021

Jonathan Grossman was featured in an article published by Healthcare Dive discussing four health care antitrust issues to watch.

Cozen O’Connor Recognized as a “Best Law Firm” in 25 Practice Areas Nationwide, 115 Practice Areas Regionally

November 05, 2020

U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers recognized Cozen O’Connor as a “Best Law Firm” in 25 practice areas nationwide and 115 practice areas regionally.

FTC Orders Hospital, Health System, and Five Insurers in Two States to Share Vast Amounts of Data on Their Customers and on Past Acquisitions and Mergers

June 26, 2020

Jonathan Grossman was quoted in Dark Daily discussing how the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is ready to look into hospital consolidation, as evidenced by the extent of data.

Punching In: The Latest COVID-19 Benefits, Liability Questions

April 20, 2020

Jonathan Grossman was featured in a Bloomberg Law article discussing how the feds are on the lookout for staffing agencies, recruiters, and businesses colluding to fix pay rates, limit hours or prevent workers from changing jobs, in violation of antitrust law.

Fourteen Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Recognized as Washington, D.C., Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

April 20, 2020

Super Lawyers has named 14 Cozen O'Connor attorneys to its 2020 Washington, D.C., Super Lawyers and Rising Stars list.

Breaking the Ice: Antitrust success means ‘getting the basics right’

December 11, 2019

Mark Jacobson was featured in the Minnesota Lawyer discussing his practice and what he enjoys most about it.

Cozen O’Connor Recognized As a Best Law Firm in 24 Practice Areas Nationwide, 106 Practice Areas Regionally

November 05, 2019

The U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” rankings are based on a rigorous evaluation process that includes the collection of client and lawyer evaluations and peer review from leading attorneys in their field.

Health Systems Unlikely to Prevail if they Challenge FTC's COPA Demands

October 24, 2019

Jonathan Grossman was quoted in Modern Healthcare discussing the Federal Trade Commission's demand for information on mergers.

Sutter Health settles class action antitrust lawsuit

October 16, 2019

Jonathan Grossman was featured in Modern Healthcare discussing his thoughts on the Sutter Health settlement.

138 Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Named to the Best Lawyers in America

August 28, 2019

Best Lawyers selected 138 Cozen O’Connor lawyers from 21 of the firm’s national offices for inclusion in the 2020 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.

13 Cozen O'Connor Attorneys Recognized as Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

April 25, 2019

The 2019 Washington, D.C, edition of Super Lawyers Magazine, published by Thomson Reuters, has named 13 Cozen O’Connor attorneys to its list of Super Lawyers and Rising Stars.

Cozen O'Connor Attorneys Win Global Competitive Review 9th Annual Award Ceremony for "Litigation of the Year – Non-Cartel Prosecution”

March 26, 2019

On March 26, Cozen O'Connor attorneys David Reichenberg and Thomas Ingalls were honored at the GCR (Global Competitive Review) 9th Annual Awards Ceremony for "Litigation of the Year – Non-Cartel Prosecution” for their work on the Arista Networks v Cisco Systems case.

126 Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Named to the Best Lawyers in America

August 22, 2018

One hundred twenty-six Cozen O’Connor lawyers from 20 of the firm’s national offices have been selected for inclusion in the 2018 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.

Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers Recognizes 15 Cozen O'Connor Attorneys

May 15, 2018

Fourteen Cozen O’Connor attorneys have been named 2018 Super Lawyers or Rising Stars by Super Lawyers Magazine Washington, D.C. edition, published by Thomson Reuters.

Energizer Deal's Antitrust Approval Shocks Investors

April 02, 2018

Jonathan Grossman, a member of the firm's Antitrust Practice, was quoted in Bloomberg Market's article, "Energizer Deal's Antitrust Approval Shocks Investors."

Contacts

Jonathan M. Grossman

Co-Chair, Antitrust

jgrossman@cozen.com

(202) 912-4866

Mark A. Jacobson

Co-Chair, Antitrust

mjacobson@cozen.com

(612) 260-9025

Michael Osborne

Chair, Canadian Competition Practice

mosborne@cozen.com

(647) 417-5336

People

Awards

Cozen O’Connor Recognized as a “Best Law Firm” in 30 Practice Areas Nationwide, 115 Practice Areas Regionally

November 30, 2022

U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers recognized Cozen O’Connor as a “Best Law Firm” in 30 practice areas nationwide and 115 practice areas regionally.

Chambers Ranks 86 Cozen O’Connor Lawyers, 22 Practice Areas in Chambers USA 2022 Guide

June 02, 2022

Chambers USA, the leading annual guide to the top lawyers and law firms in the United States, has ranked 86 Cozen O’Connor lawyers as leaders in their respective fields in the guide’s 2022 edition.

82 Cozen O’Connor Lawyers, 19 Practices Earn Top Recognition in Chambers USA 2021 Guide

May 26, 2021

Chambers USA, the leading annual guide to the top lawyers and law firms in the United States, has ranked 82 Cozen O’Connor lawyers as leaders in their respective fields in the guide’s 2021 edition; of those, 15 lawyers have been recognized nationally.

Cozen O’Connor Recognized as a “Best Law Firm” in 25 Practice Areas Nationwide, 115 Practice Areas Regionally

November 05, 2020

U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers recognized Cozen O’Connor as a “Best Law Firm” in 25 practice areas nationwide and 115 practice areas regionally.

Cozen O’Connor Recognized As a Best Law Firm in 24 Practice Areas Nationwide, 106 Practice Areas Regionally

November 05, 2019

The U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” rankings are based on a rigorous evaluation process that includes the collection of client and lawyer evaluations and peer review from leading attorneys in their field.

138 Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Named to the Best Lawyers in America

August 28, 2019

Best Lawyers selected 138 Cozen O’Connor lawyers from 21 of the firm’s national offices for inclusion in the 2020 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.

13 Cozen O'Connor Attorneys Recognized as Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

April 25, 2019

The 2019 Washington, D.C, edition of Super Lawyers Magazine, published by Thomson Reuters, has named 13 Cozen O’Connor attorneys to its list of Super Lawyers and Rising Stars.

126 Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Named to the Best Lawyers in America

August 22, 2018

One hundred twenty-six Cozen O’Connor lawyers from 20 of the firm’s national offices have been selected for inclusion in the 2018 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.

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