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Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies Continues its National Expansion, Adding John F. Dunn, Darren Collier, and Patrick L. Carey to Growing City of Chicago and State of Illinois Practice

Cozen O’Connor cements its top-tier lobbying presence in three of the largest cities in the United States — Chicago, Philadelphia, and New York — and the corresponding state capitals.

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Government regulations and oversight present businesses and business leaders with some of the greatest challenges they face today. The ever-changing political and regulatory environment and the tendency of federal and state agencies to impose more  — and more complicated  — regulations, leaves decision makers in business guessing and uncertain.  It is a fact of corporate life that organizations must understand, and comply with or challenge when necessary, regulations covering a vast and growing range of topics. Companies need experienced counsel who can advise and litigate when the public policy and business conduct overlap.

Cozen O’Connor has been providing government and regulatory counsel to sophisticated clients for more than 40 years. We represent public and private companies, family businesses, corporate boards and committees, directors and officers, investors and investment funds, nonprofits, and trade associations in a wide range of industries. With more than 750 attorneys in 27 cities on two continents, we routinely handle matters that cross borders and cross legal jurisdictions. Our attorneys are deeply knowledgeable about the regulatory requirements and decision-making processes at the federal, state, and local level.  

We have experience in all major areas of oversight, including antitrust and trade regulation, transportation and logistics, health care, energy and environment, and consumer protection and privacy. Our attorneys have held high level government positions at the state and federal level.  We represent private clients in matters adverse to administrative agencies, in response to congressional inquiries and investigations and provide counsel on regulatory compliance.  In addition, we advise government officials, companies and individuals on government ethics, freedom of information act, lobbying compliance and campaign finance.  

In addition, our government and regulatory lawyers work closely with Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies — a bipartisan government relations firm that advocates for clients before all branches of the federal government and before state decision makers around the country. Our skilled professionals, many of whom are former government officials and campaign veterans, provide legislative and executive branch advocacy, policy analysis, government procurement and funding program assistance, political strategy and crisis management. We help navigate the complex maze of governmental policy, politics, and process, and make sure that our clients’ voices are heard.

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Publications

The White House’s Legislative Outline for Rebuilding Infrastructure in America [Public Strategies Alert]

February 15, 2018

Howard Schweitzer and Rob Freeman discusses the Trump administration’s highly anticipated “Legislative Outline for Rebuilding Infrastructure in America,” a 53-page document highlighting the White House’s core principles for rebuilding and revitalizing the nation’s aging infrastructure.

The Beltway Briefing – Breaking Down the Results of Tuesday Night’s Elections

November 09, 2017

Howard Schweitzer, Mark Alderman, and Blake Rutherford debrief on the results of Tuesday's gubernatorial elections in Virginia and New Jersey and analyze what it means for Washington.

The Beltway Briefing – How Will the News of Today Shape 2018 Midterms & the VA Gubernatorial Race?

October 30, 2017

Howard Schweitzer, Mark Alderman, and Blake Rutherford discuss the upcoming race for Governor in Virginia.

The Beltway Briefing – What’s New in the Trump Administration and on Capitol Hill?

October 11, 2017

Howard Schweitzer, Mark Alderman, and Blake Rutherford discuss recent developments in the Trump administration and on Capitol Hill, including prospects for tax reform in our current legislative landscape.

Beltway Briefing: Special Tax Policy Briefing

March 30, 2017

Blake Rutherford and Howard Schweitzer, of Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, discuss the recent developments in politics and policy in Washington, D.C.

Beltway Briefing: March 21

March 27, 2017

Blake Rutherford, Mark Alderman, and Howard Schweitzer, of Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, discuss the recent developments in politics and policy in D.C.

Emergence of the Presidential President Trump

March 01, 2017

Blake Rutherford, Mark Alderman, and Howard Schweitzer, of Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, discuss President Trump's first address to a joint session of Congress.

Beltway Briefing: Efforts to Right the Ship

February 27, 2017

Blake Rutherford, Mark Alderman, and Howard Schweitzer, of Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, discuss the recent developments in politics and policy in D.C.

Beltway Briefing: Administration Growing Pains

February 15, 2017

Blake Rutherford, Mark Alderman, and Howard Schweitzer, of Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, discuss the recent developments in politics and policy in DC.

Five Washington Realities for President Trump’s Consideration

February 08, 2017

Last week, we published an op-ed, “Here are Five things President Trump can't change,” in The Hill discussing long-established and irrevocable rules of how D.C. works that Trump and his team need to factor into their thought process to advance the administration’s agenda.

Beltway Briefing: White House Dynamics

February 07, 2017

Mark Alderman, Blake Rutherford, and Howard Schweitzer, of Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, discuss the major events that have happened in politics.

Beltway Briefing: The Trump Administration Takes Off

January 31, 2017

Mark Alderman, Blake Rutherford and Howard Schweitzer of Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies discuss the first two weeks of new political order in DC and the policy priorities at the top of the agenda.

The Beltway Briefing: Inauguration Debrief

January 24, 2017

Blake Rutherford, Howard Schweitzer, and Kevin Washo, of Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, discuss the Inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President.

The Beltway Briefing: Inauguration Preview

January 19, 2017

Blake Rutherford, Mark Alderman, and Howard Schweitzer, of Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, give a preview of Donald Trump's Inauguration.

The Beltway Briefing: Trump Transition to Administration

January 10, 2017

Blake Rutherford, Mark Alderman, and Howard Schweitzer give an update on the transition to the administration of Donald Trump and how this effects business and the political climate.

Road to the Oval Office Podcast: Trump Transition Update

December 12, 2016

Mark Alderman, Blake Rutherford, Howard Schweitzer, Jim Schultz analyzed the candidates' performance and impact on the remaining 29 critical days of the race.

7 Ways the Trump Administration Will Affect Businesses

November 18, 2016

This analysis provides insight into some of the most pertinent business issues President-elect Trump will likely address during his term, and what the election could mean for your industry and your business.

Confessions of an Elector: Only 270 Voters Really Get To Decide Who Our Next President Will Be [The Daily Beast]

October 17, 2016

Mark Alderman published an Op-Ed in The Daily Beast, "Confessions of an Elector: Only 270 Voters Really Get To Decide Who Our Next President Will Be."

Road to the Oval Office Podcast: Second Presidential Debate Analysis

October 10, 2016

Mark Alderman, Blake Rutherford, Howard Schweitzer, Jim Schultz analyzed the candidates' performance and impact on the remaining 29 critical days of the race.

Road to the Oval Office Podcast: VP Debate and One-Month Countdown

October 05, 2016

Mark Alderman, Blake Rutherford and Howard Schweitzer discussed the VP debate and state of the race with a little more than one month left in this election season.

Road to the Oval Office Podcast: First Debate Analysis

September 27, 2016

Following the first debate, Mark Alderman, Howard Schweitzer and Blake Rutherford analyzed the candidates' performance and discussed next steps on the campaign trail.

Road to the Oval Office Podcast: The Race Tightens

September 22, 2016

Mark Alderman, Howard Schweitzer and Blake Rutherford discussed the current status of both campaigns and previewed the first presidential debate.

Road to the Oval Office Podcast: Two-Month Countdown to Election Day

September 09, 2016

With the 2016 presidential election only two months away, Mark Alderman, Blake Rutherford and Howard Schweitzer discussed the effects of the summer's developments on both campaigns.

7 Reasons Why Trump Would Hate Being President [Politico]

August 30, 2016

Howard Schweitzer writes about how Donald Trump may actually feel about the duties and restrictions of being POTUS.

Road to the Oval Office: Live at the DNC – Day Four/July 28

July 28, 2016

Live from Philadelphia, Mark Alderman, Blake Rutherford and Howard Schweitzer recap President Obama's speech and discuss Hillary Clinton's speech on the last evening of the DNC (July 28).

Road to the Oval Office: Live at the DNC – Day Three/July 27

July 27, 2016

Live from Philadelphia, Mark Alderman, Blake Rutherford and Howard Schweitzer discuss Bernie Sanders' official endorsement and President Clinton's speech from the previous evening. They also preview day three of the DNC (July 27).

Road to the Oval Office: Live at the DNC – Day Two/July 26

July 26, 2016

Live from Philadelphia, Mark Alderman, Blake Rutherford and Howard Schweitzer recap Michelle Obama's speech and provide an update on developments they foresee unfolding on day two of the Democratic National Convention (July 26).

Road to the Oval Office: Live at the DNC – Day One/July 25

July 25, 2016

Live from Philadelphia, Mark Alderman, Blake Rutherford and Howard Schweitzer recap the RNC and provide an update on developments they foresee unfolding on day one of the Democratic National Convention (July 25).

Road to the Oval Office: Live at the RNC – July 19

July 19, 2016

Live from Cleveland, Mark Alderman, Blake Rutherford and Jim Schultz provide an update on developments unfolding at the Republican National Convention.

2016 Presidential Prognostications & Insights: The California Primary

June 08, 2016

Mark, Howard, and Blake discuss the results of the California primary.

2016 Presidential Prognostications & Insights: The Democratic Race Winds Down

May 24, 2016

Mark, Howard and Blake discuss the state of the Democratic race. Also, Bernie Nash and Lori Kalani, co-chairs of Cozen O'Connor's State AG practice, discuss the State AG races.

2016 Presidential Prognostications & Insights: The Presumptive Nominees

May 10, 2016

Mark, Howard and Blake discuss the presumptive nomination of Donald Trump, the Veepstakes, and the impact of a prolonged primary on the Democrats.

2016 Presidential Prognostications & Insights: PA Primary Recap

April 27, 2016

Mark Alderman, Howard Schweitzer and Blake Rutherford discuss the Pennsylvania presidential primary results and other key state races for Senate, Attorney General and more.

House Politics and the Paul Ryan Speakership [Law 360]

March 02, 2016

Howard Schweitzer and Rob Freeman discuss Paul Ryan's work as speaker of the house and challenges he is likely to encounter in the coming weeks.

Supreme Court Opens Door to Increased Role for State Courts and State Regulators in the Energy Sector

April 21, 2015

The Supreme Court today allowed the states a greater role in regulating the energy sector.

Potential benefits of cooperation with OFAC (Part 3) [InsideCounsel]

January 22, 2014

OFAC does not deal only with cooperating entities, of course. On one hand, non-cooperating entities certainly run a risk that OFAC will refer their violations to criminal authorities. But even a non-cooperator can receive benefits, even grudgingly, under OFAC’s administrative-penalty regime — especially compared to companies that become targets of criminal prosecution and the severe penalties attendant to that process. That comparison between administrative and criminal punishments of non-cooperating entities, as discussed infra, may yield useful, persuasive data to criminal defense lawyers representing an entity under criminal investigation.

Potential benefits of cooperation with OFAC (Part 2) [InsideCounsel]

December 23, 2013

As the formulas from Part 1 demonstrate, OFAC’s regulations strongly incentivize cooperation to reduce a violator’s penalty. The next section examines a few recent enforcement actions in which companies have taken advantage of these regulatory formulas to minimize penalties resulting from violations.

Potential benefits of cooperation with OFAC (Part 1) [InsideCounsel]

November 20, 2013

Recent settlements in civil enforcement proceedings brought by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) suggest that cover-ups, not crimes, may invite the stiffest penalties. Frequently, companies that cooperate with OFAC investigations, admit wrongdoing and take remedial actions to prevent future violations escape the enforcement process with mild punishments. Indeed, even companies that eventually cooperate after some initial resistance fare well in OFAC’s administrative enforcement process and often avoid criminal penalties altogether — penalties that, aside from the reputational damage, carry much more severe consequences, including prison time for individuals and massive financial impact.

Significant Restrictions on Local Government Debt and Swaps Introduced in the Pennsylvania General Assembly [Public Finance Alert]

September 06, 2013

Legislation (Senate Bills No. 901, 902, 903 and 904 (SB 901, SB 902, SB 903 and SB 904)) has been introduced in the Pennsylvania General Assembly that, if passed, in whole or in part, could significantly affect certain types of municipal finance transactions involving municipal authorities and other local governments.

Ninth Circuit Decision Interprets Arbitration Provision Narrowly [Maritime Alert!]

August 22, 2011

Ninth Circuit Decision Interprets Arbitration Provision Narrowly - Maritime Alert! - The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit recently issued a decision, Cape Flattery Limited v. Titan Maritime LLC, Docket No. 09-15682, holding that a dispute pertaining to liability for damage caused during the salvage of a vessel could proceed in court, despite the inclusion of an arbitration provision in the salvage contract. In light of this decision, we recommend reviewing the language of all contractual arbitration clauses

The first U.S. chief operating officer? [Washington Post]

November 05, 2010

The first U.S. chief operating officer? - Washington Post - Mark Alderman and Howard Schweitzer, along with former Senator Bob Kerrey (D-Neb.), call for a new, statutory position in the White House in their Washington Post opinion piece, “The First U.S. Chief Operating Officer?”

2010 Midterm Election Analysis [Public Strategies Alert!]

November 04, 2010

2010 Midterm Election Analysis - Public Strategies Alert! - The election of 2010 is history – but was it historic? As with so many events that appear in retrospect to have been pivotal, we will not know the impact of the 2010 midterm elections until we have the opportunity to judge the policy and political consequences of that vote. In the short term, what does the new order in Washington mean for the upcoming lame duck session of Congress? What can we expect to come out of Washington in the next Congress?

Legal Ease [The Beacon 6]

September 21, 2010

Legal Ease - The Beacon 6 - The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill in the
Gulf of Mexico, potentially one of the most
devastating oil spills in U.S. history, will no
doubt cause the government to re-examine
the legal and regulatory scheme governing
oil pollution in U.S. waters. Until then, we
should consider the current legal regime
governing civil and criminal liability for oil
pollution under U.S. law.

FCC Offers ‘Third Way’ On Authority Over Internet Service [New York Law Journal]

July 21, 2010

FCC Offers ‘Third Way’ On Authority Over Internet Service - New York Law Journal - The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit recently ruled that the Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) lacked jurisdiction over Comcast’s
Internet service. Comcast Corp. v. FCC, Docket No. 08-1291 (D.C. Cir. April 6, 2010). Therefore, the FCC lacked authority to impose upon Comcast nondiscriminatory obligations regarding such
services.

Philadelphia Enacts New Law Regulating Lobbying [Public Strategies Alert!]

July 12, 2010

Philadelphia Enacts New Law Regulating Lobbying - Public Strategies Alert! - On June 16, 2010, Mayor Michael Nutter signed into law the first ever registration and reporting requirements for individuals engaged in lobbying with the city of Philadelphia. The law largely tracks the statutes which govern lobbying on the state level. It does not go into effect immediately, but will govern actions taken on or after July 1, 2011.

Government Ethics Reform: A Work in Progress [New York Law Journal]

February 22, 2010

Government Ethics Reform: A Work in Progress - New York Law Journal - There seems to be a widespread consensus that the public's lack of trust in the political
process should be a genuine concern for both officials and advocates. However, elected
officials at all levels struggle with avoiding compromising situations and appearances,
while not stifling the free flow of information and political relationships which inform the
democratic process.

Landmark Supreme Court Ruling on Corporate Political Speech [Public Strategies Alert!]

January 22, 2010

Landmark Supreme Court Ruling on Corporate Political Speech - Public Strategies Alert! - In a landmark campaign finance opinion released Thursday morning, the Supreme Court of the United States held that the government cannot ban corporations from making direct expenditures from their own funds for speech in support of, or in opposition to, candidates for elected office. The decision explicitly overturns decades of precedent allowing such bans, and is effective immediately.

Second Circuit Overturns its Prior Decision in Winter Storm [Maritime Alert!]

October 19, 2009

Second Circuit Overturns its Prior Decision in Winter Storm - Maritime Alert! - On October 16, 2009, the U.S. Court of Appeals for
the Second Circuit in a case entitled “The Shipping Corporation of India v. Jaldhi Overseas Pte Ltd.” filed under Case No. 08-3477-cv, held that electronic fund transfers (“EFTs”) being processed by an intermediary bank are not property subject to attachment under Rule B, and with the consent of all active judges of the Second Circuit, overruled Winter Storm Shipping, Ltd. v. TPI, 310 F.3d 263 (2nd Cir. 2002)and all of its progeny.

Southern District of Florida Finds 'Fear of Loss' Sufficient to Establish Cargo Arrived in 'Damaged' Condition and Inter-Company Transfer Price is a Proper Measure of Damage [Maritime Alert!]

March 20, 2009

Southern District of Florida Finds 'Fear of Loss' Sufficient to Establish Cargo Arrived in 'Damaged' Condition and Inter-Company Transfer Price is a Proper Measure of Damage - Maritime Alert! - On March 10, 2009, the U.S. District Court for the
Southern District of Florida in a case entitled “Eli
Lilly and Company, et al. v. Air Express International
USA, Inc. d/b/a DHL Global Forwarding, et al.” filed under Case
No. 06-23047-CV-MOORE, found that plaintiffs Eli Lilly and its
insurers could recover full damages, approximately $10
million, from defendant air carrier DHL.

2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Amends Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act [Maritime Alert!]

March 05, 2009

2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Amends Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation Act - Maritime Alert! - In addition to providing for the expenditure of billions of
dollars to stimulate the American economy, the 2009
American Recovery And Reinvestment Act limits the
reach and scope of the Longshore and Harbor Workers
Compensation Act, 33 U.S.C. Sec. 901, et seq. (the “LHWCA”).

International Litigation: The U.S. Jurisdiction To Prescribe and the Doctrine Of Forum Non Conveniens [The Federal Lawyer]

October 01, 2008

International Litigation: The U.S. Jurisdiction To Prescribe and the Doctrine Of Forum Non Conveniens - The Federal Lawyer - Since the 1945 decision by Judge learned hand in United States v. Aluminum Co. of America (colloquially known as the "Alcoa" case), it has become well-established law that the Sherman Antitrust Act-legislation that was adopted over 100 years ago-applies to and prohibits conduct in foreign countries if that conduct has an illegal "effect" in the United States. The very important issue today is the extent to which the

HHS' First Resolution Agreement for Alleged HIPAA Violations and What it Means for You [Health Law Alert!]

October 01, 2008

HHS' First Resolution Agreement for Alleged HIPAA Violations and What it Means for You - Health Law Alert! - The Department of Health and Human Services
(“HHS”) has entered into its first resolution
agreement with a covered entity to settle alleged
violations of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act’s (“HIPAA”) privacy and security rules.1 According to HHS, the resolution agreement with Providence Health & Services (“Providence”), a Seattle-based not-for-profit health system, addresses a series

Going it Alone: [Maritime Risk International]

September 01, 2008

Going it Alone: - Maritime Risk International - Erik Kowalewsky, of Cozen O’Connor, looks at California’s bid to regulate fuel sulphur within its waters. On 24 July 2008, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) adopted regulations mandating that oceangoing cargo and passenger cruise vessels use low-sulphur marine distillate fuel within 24 nautical miles of the shore and prohibiting use of less-expensive heavy fuel oil, so-called bunker fuel.

Supreme Court Rules on Availability of Punitive Damages Under Federal Maritime Law [Maritime Alert!]

July 03, 2008

Supreme Court Rules on Availability of Punitive Damages Under Federal Maritime Law - Maritime Alert! - 3 pgs total. In June 2008, in Exxon Shipping Co. v. Baker, the Supreme Court of the U.S. decided a number of federal maritime legal issues in a case of first impression. Even though this case has been a focus of media attention for years, a little background and review is necessary to understand what the Supreme Court decision says—and what issues it did not resolve. The decision provides clarity to marine insurers and may shape potential lower court rulings.

U.S. Cargo Security [Cozen O'Connor Presentation]

May 01, 2008

U.S. Cargo Security - Cozen O'Connor Presentation - What is the foremost security
threat from shipping containers?
• Covert nuclear devices & materials
• Prevention of contraband is a side-benefit
• Cargo loss or damage is not a concern

How to inspect without interrupting
commerce? Use of non-intrusive technologies to scan containers, including

US Toughens Up [Maritime Risk International]

March 01, 2008

US Toughens Up - Maritime Risk International - 2 pgs total. This article looks at a wave of recent developments to protect maritime trade and improve both the economy and safety.

Houston Court of Appeals Holds That Post-Injury Arbitration Agreement Was Not Exempted From FAA or Invalid Under FELA [Maritime Alert!]

January 24, 2008

Houston Court of Appeals Holds That Post-Injury Arbitration Agreement Was Not Exempted From FAA or Invalid Under FELA - Maritime Alert! - 3 pgs total. Recognizing that mandamus review is an extraordinary remedy that will issue only to correct a clear abuse of discretion when the abuse cannot be remedied by appeal, the court held that a party has no remedy for wrongful denial of its right to arbitrate under an agreement subject to the Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”).

Can a Limitation of Liability Provision in a Bill of Lading Invalidate My Perfectly Good Carmack Amendment Claim? [Maritime Alert!]

November 15, 2007

Can a Limitation of Liability Provision in a Bill of Lading Invalidate My Perfectly Good Carmack Amendment Claim? - Maritime Alert! - 2 pgs total. All too often, a cargo owner and/or its subrogated insurer establishes the elements necessary to prove a claim under the Carmack Amendment and conclusively negates the defenses available to a motor carrier, only to be met with the dreaded and feared “Bill of Lading” which contains a limitation of liability provision.

Sompo vs. Altadis/COGSA vs Carmack [Maritime Alert!]

October 09, 2007

Sompo vs. Altadis/COGSA vs Carmack - Maritime Alert! - 4 pgs total. In conclusion, despite the U.S. Supreme Court’s efforts in Kirby to adopt a single default rule on cargo liability for intermodal shipments, federal courts throughout the U.S. are nevertheless split on how to apply COGSA and Carmack in a consistent and methodical fashion. Until then, we recommend that our maritime clients take all necessary steps to protect their respective interests under both COGSA and Carmack.

Navigating – And Working To Reconcile – A Sea Of Conflicting Cargo Laws [Maritime Risk International]

October 01, 2007

Navigating – And Working To Reconcile – A Sea Of Conflicting Cargo Laws - Maritime Risk International - Recent court opinions in the US concerning the geographical boundaries of maritime cargo and land transit law have aimed to work toward uniformity, but have unfortunately achieved the opposite result.
It is beyond debate that vessel and cargo
interests need as consistent and predictable a
framework of law as possible, to give effect to
their expectations under intermodal contracts
of carriage.

US court applies the doctrine of equitable estoppel [Insurance Day]

July 13, 2007

US court applies the doctrine of equitable estoppel - Insurance Day - A recent Southern District of New York court ruling took the rare step of applying the
doctrine of equitable estoppel to grant coverage in contravention of a marine policy’s
express terms. The ruling arguably broadens insurers’ duties of communication to
the insured during the adjustment of a claim, according to Erik Kowalewsky and
David Loh of Cozen O’Connor.

Non-traditional Theories of Recovery for Losses Arising Out of Maritime Casualties [Maritime Recovery Update - 10/11/2006]

October 11, 2006

Non-traditional Theories of Recovery for Losses Arising Out of Maritime Casualties - Maritime Recovery Update - 10/11/2006 - 3 pgs total. When significant cargo losses result from sinking, fire or some other casualty, the usual targets against which subrogation efforts are focused are the vessel, its owner and possibly the vessel’s charterer. Unfortunately, this narrow approach can leave marine insurers with a bleak recovery prospect. One theory of recovery has entailed prosecution of a cargo shipper. Another category of defendants which has been targeted by hull and cargo insurers is the classification society.

Using Mental Health Records for Research [Compliance Today]

September 01, 2006

Using Mental Health Records for Research - Compliance Today - The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act’s Privacy Rule (the “Privacy Rule”) strikes a balance between restricting the unauthorized disclosure of medical records and permitting health care providers to operate effectively, including participation in research studies. Specifically, the Privacy Rule takes into account that getting patient authorization for a disclosure can be problematic for researchers who do not interact directly with

Policy Progress Amidst Chaos

January 01, 1900

Blake Rutherford, Kevin Washo, and Howard Schweitzer, of Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, discuss the events that have unfolded since the president's speech to the joint session of Congress.

Events & Seminars

Past Events

Health Law 2019

December 05, 2018 - Philadelphia, PA

Aqua America Leadership Conference 2018

September 05, 2018 - Bryn Mawr, PA

2017 Health Law Year In Review

December 06, 2017 - Philadelphia, PA

City & State PA Presents: OnDiversity

October 25, 2017 - Philadelphia, PA

State CPA Society ED/CEO and Managing P/MD Summit

October 03, 2017 - Westlake, TX

Labor and Employment Law Update

June 14, 2017 - Philadelphia, PA

Beltway Briefing: June 13

June 13, 2017 - Conference Call/Podcast

PBI Public Utility Law Conference

May 31, 2017 - Harrisburg, PA

Beltway Briefing: First 100 Days Evaluation

May 02, 2017 - Conference Call/Podcast

Beltway Briefing: Three Months with President Trump

April 20, 2017 - Conference Call/Podcast

Beltway Briefing: March 28

March 28, 2017 - Conference Call/Podcast

Beltway Briefing: March 21

March 21, 2017 - Conference Call/Podcast

Beltway Briefing: March 14

March 14, 2017 - Conference Call/Podcast

2017 Philadelphia White Collar Bar Reception

March 08, 2017 - Miami Beach, FL

Beltway Briefing: March 7

March 07, 2017 - Conference Call/Podcast

Beltway Briefing: March 1

March 01, 2017 - Conference Call/Podcast

Beltway Briefing: February 23

February 23, 2017 - Conference Call/Podcast

Beltway Briefing: February 15

February 15, 2017 - Conference Call/Podcast

Beltway Briefing: February 7

February 07, 2017 - Conference Call/Podcast

2017 Consumer Protection Conference

February 02, 2017 - Atlanta, GA

Beltway Briefing: The Trump Administration Takes Off

January 31, 2017 - Conference Call/Podcast

Pennsylvania Canna-Business Seminar

January 28, 2017 - Harrisburg, PA

Beltway Briefing: Welcome President Trump

January 24, 2017 - Conference Call/Podcast

Beltway Briefing: Inauguration Preview

January 19, 2017 - Conference Call/Podcast

The Beltway Briefing: Trump Transition to Administration

January 10, 2017 - Conference Call/Podcast

Trump Transition Update Call - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

December 12, 2016 - Conference Call/Podcast

Road to the Oval Office Comes to an End: Election Results

November 10, 2016 - Conference Call/Podcast

Road to the Oval Office: Live 2016 Election Outlook

November 03, 2016 - Philadelphia, PA

Road to the Oval Office Podcast: Third Presidential Debate Analysis

October 20, 2016 - Conference Call/Podcast

Road to the Oval Office: VP Debate Analysis and One-Month Countdown

October 05, 2016 - Conference Call/Podcast

Road to the Oval Office Podcast: First Debate Analysis

September 27, 2016 - Conference Call/Podcast

Road to the Oval Office Podcast: The Race Tightens

September 22, 2016 - Conference Call/Podcast

Road to the Oval Office Podcast: Two-Month Countdown to Election Day

September 09, 2016 - Conference Call/Podcast

2016 Election Prognostications and Insights: June 8

June 08, 2016 - Conference Call

2016 Election Prognostications and Insights: April 6

April 06, 2016 - Conference Call

8th Annual HFMA Spring Institute

March 31, 2016 - Philadelphia, PA

2016 Presidential Election Prognostications and Insights

February 11, 2016 - Conference Call

Election Prognostications & Insights

February 03, 2016 - Toll-Free Conference Call

The 2014 ACC Annual Meeting

October 28, 2014 - New Orleans, LA

A Breakfast Conversation With Patrick J. Foye

May 29, 2014 - New York, NY

Briefing Conference Call On New York City Primary Election

September 11, 2013 - Toll-Free Dial-in Number

Implementing The Affordable Care Act - Countdown to 2014

February 06, 2013 - Philadelphia, PA

In The News

Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies Continues its National Expansion, Adding John F. Dunn, Darren Collier, and Patrick L. Carey to Growing City of Chicago and State of Illinois Practice

September 04, 2019

Cozen O’Connor cements its top-tier lobbying presence in three of the largest cities in the United States — Chicago, Philadelphia, and New York — and the corresponding state capitals.

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.

Six Cozen O’Connor Lawyers Named 2020 “Lawyers of the Year” By Best Lawyers in America

August 28, 2019

Cozen O’Connor is proud to announce that six of the firm’s lawyers have been recognized as “Lawyers of the Year” in their respective practices by Best Lawyers in America.

How To Keep Your Private Information Safe Following Massive Data Breach

July 30, 2019

Brian Kint discusses the latest breach of private information including the 100 million credit card holders who have been compromised.

Trump Administration Expands Pre-Tax Accounts for Health Insurance

June 13, 2019

Alex Campau discussed with The Wall Street Journal about how employees will now be able to use HRAs to buy individual coverage, with certain restrictions, starting January 2020.

FDA Alert on Hacking Vulnerability in Heart Defibrillators is Wake-Up Call: Lawyers

March 28, 2019

John Sullivan was quoted in Law360's recent article on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's recent safety alert last week about the vulnerability to hacking of up to 750,000 implantable heart defibrillators.

Xcaliber International Receives 15 Additional Orders from the FDA with Cozen O'Connor’s Guidance

September 11, 2018

Cozen O'Connor guided Xcaliber International, Ltd., L.L.C. (Xcaliber) as the organization received 15 additional orders from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

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.

Scott Wagner cast himself as Trump-like in his run for Pa. governor. Some Philly-area GOP donors aren't feeling it

July 02, 2018

Jim Schultz, chair of Cozen O'Connor's Government & Regulatory group, spoke with Philly.com about the Republican nominee for governor of Pennsylvania, Scott Wagner.

President Trump and the Courts

May 23, 2018

James D. Schultz, chair of Cozen O’Connor’s Government and Regulatory Practice, presented, “President Trump and the Courts’" as a part of the University of Arkansas’ Clinton School Speaker Series on May 7.

Fifty Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Ranked by Chambers USA 2018

May 21, 2018

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce that Chambers USA has recognized 50 Cozen O’Connor attorneys for 2018 as leaders in their respective fields; 12 attorneys were recognized nationally and 14 were ranked in the top band either nationally or at the state level.

Former U.S. Senator Evan Bayh Joins Cozen O’Connor, Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies

May 07, 2018

Senator Bayh Will Serve as a Senior Adviser to the Firm’s Public Strategies Group in Washington, D.C.

Legal experts say White House has expanded use of executive privilege without actually invoking it

March 07, 2018

Jim Schultz, chair of Cozen O'Connor's Government & Regulatory practice group, discussed with the LA Times that the White House has significantly broadened the traditional use of executive privilege to direct individuals to avoid answering questions about specific conversations with the president.

State Attorneys General Group Launches Election Tracker Covering All Primary and General State AG Races

February 13, 2018

Thirty states plus the District of Columbia will hold elections for State AG this year, including at least ten open-seat races. AGs appointed by governors or legislatures may change in an additional five states in 2018.

Pennsylvania Legislation and Regulation to Watch in 2018

January 01, 2018

Jim Davis, a Cozen O'Connor Government Relations Principal, was quoted in Law360's article, "Pennsylvania Legislation And Regulation To Watch In 2018."

Cozen O’Connor Announces Hiring of White House Lawyer James Schultz

November 27, 2017

Cozen O’Connor announced today that James D. “Jim” Schultz is returning to the law firm from the White House, where he served as Special Assistant to the President and Senior Associate Counsel to the President in the office of White House Counsel.

100 Cozen O’Connor Lawyers Named to the Best Lawyers in America

August 23, 2017

Lawyers were selected for inclusion in the 2018 edition based on a rigorous peer-review that has been developed and defined for more than 30 years.

Cozen O’Connor Earns Client Recognition in 2017 Chambers USA Rankings

May 26, 2017

Chambers USA recognized 47 Cozen O’Connor lawyers as leaders in their respective fields; 14 attorneys were recognized nationally and 11 were ranked in the top band.

Airlines Don't Need More Laws Regulating Overbooking, Aviation Attorney Says

May 04, 2017

David Heffernan, of Cozen O'Connor's Transportation & Trade Group, was quoted in Cook County Record article, "Airlines don't need more laws regulating overbooking, aviation attorney says."

Interview of Massachusetts AG Maura Healey by Cozen O'Connor Shareholder Lori Kalani

April 25, 2017

Lori Kalani, co-chair of Cozen O’Connor’s State Attorneys General practice, recently had the opportunity to speak to Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey about her efforts in concert with other AGs challenging the Trump Administration in several key policy areas, as well as her other priorities and issues of focus as an attorney general.

Paris Terror Attack Days Before French Election

April 21, 2017

Mark Alderman, chairman of Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, discusses the french presidential election on Fox News.

BlackRock CEO: Private Investments Trump Bonds for Infrastructure Renewal

April 11, 2017

Rob Freeman, of Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, discusses private investments in The Bond Buyer.

President Trump Signs Pair of Executive Orders on Trade

April 03, 2017

Mark Alderman, chairman of Cozen O'Connor's Public Strategies, discusses recent developments in the Trump administration on Fox News.

Trump's Outlook Going From Bad to Worse

March 30, 2017

Howard Schweitzer, managing partner of Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, discusses Trump's outlook on CNN.

Jerry Kilgore’s Addition to Cozen O’Connor’s State Attorneys General Practice Featured in National Media

February 28, 2017

The expansion of Cozen O’Connor’s leading State Attorneys General practice with the addition Jerry Kilgore has been profiled by The National Journal.

Cozen O’Connor Expands State Attorneys General Practice with Addition of Former Virginia State Attorney General Jerry Kilgore

February 27, 2017

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce that Jerry Kilgore has joined the firm’s State Attorneys General (AG) Practice as a member.

White House Denies Priebus Acted Inappropriately [Fox News]

February 24, 2017

Mark Alderman, chairman of Cozen O'Connor's Public Strategies group, discusses senior White House staff pressuring the FBI.

Trump Frustrated with Bureaucracy of Running Washington [Fox News]

February 10, 2017

Mark Alderman, chairman of Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, appeared on Fox News in the segment President Trump Frustrated with Bureaucracy of Running Washington.

Does Trumps Travel Ban Cause Harm to the Country? [Fox News]

February 04, 2017

Mark Aldmerman, chairman of Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, appeared on Fox News to discuss President Trump's travel ban and its potential harm to the country.

Here are 5 things President Trump can't change [The Hill]

February 02, 2017

Mark Alderman, chairman, and Howard Schweitzer, managing partner, of Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies published an op-ed in The Hill, “Here are 5 things President Trump can't change,” regarding irrevocable tenets of DC.

Donald Trump's Early Crisis [CNN]

January 31, 2017

Howard Schweitzer, managing partner of Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies, was quoted in an article on CNN.com, “Donald Trump's early crisis,” about the recent immigration executive order and the dismissal of acting attorney general Sally Yates.

Dems' $1T Infrastructure Plan Tees Up Fights Over Funding [Law360]

January 26, 2017

Robert Freeman, of Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, is quoted in the Law360 article titled, "Dems' $1T Infrastructure Plan Tees Up Fights Over Funding.

Cozen O’Connor Attorney James D. Schultz to Serve in the Trump Administration As Associate White House Counsel and Special Assistant to the President

January 23, 2017

He will be joining the Office of White House Counsel, which advises the president, the Office of the President, and the White House staff on all legal issues.

Unleash the Biden [Politico Magazine]

January 19, 2017

Mark Alderman, chairman of Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, published an op-ed in Politico about how the Democratic party can help redefine itself and connect to the working class by positioning Joe Biden as a figurehead.

Cozen O'Connor Member Recognized for Contributions to New York by City & State

January 16, 2017

Stuart Shorenstein, the co-head of Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies’ New York Practice, has been named to City & State’s annual 50 Over Fifty Awards, which recognizes New York’s most prominent leaders in government, business and media over the age of fifty.

The Real Reason Booker Testified Against Sessions [Fox Business]

January 11, 2017

Howard Schweitzer, managing partner of Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies, was quoted in a Fox Business article titled “Senate Showdown: The Real Reason Cory Booker Testified Against Jeff Sessions.”

Possible Conflicts of Interest for a Trump Key Advisory Appointee [CNN]

December 22, 2016

Howard Schweitzer, Cozen O'Connor's Public Strategies, appeared on CNN Newsroom with Poppy Harlow to discuss the president-elect's appointment of billionaire investor Carl Icahn to a key advisory position.

Trump Cutting Business Ties More than Unlikey [Fox Business]

December 16, 2016

Howard Schweitzer, of Cozen O’Connor’s Public Strategies, was quoted in an article titled “What Democrats Don’t Understand about Trump and His Assets.”

Concerns about Trump’s Pick for Secretary of State

December 13, 2016

Howard Schweitzer was featured on CNNI’s “CNN Today” to speak about the Trump transition and the president-elect’s latest selections for his cabinet.

Howard Schweitzer Quoted by Business Insurance on Dodd-Frank Legislation

December 06, 2016

Howard Schweitzer was featured in a Business Insurance article, "Dodd-Frank changes likely under Trump.”

Mark Alderman Quoted in CNN Article about Trump’s Remarks on Free Speech [CNN]

November 30, 2016

Mark Alderman appeared in a CNN article, "Trump takes aim at First Amendment.”

A Deep Dive into Trump's Presidential Transition Process [CCTV News]

November 21, 2016

Howard Schweitzer appeared on CCTV News’ “World Insight” to discuss the transition into a Trump presidency.

President-elect Donald Trump’s Transition into the Presidency [Fox News]

November 19, 2016

Appearing on Fox News’ “America’s News HQ,” Blake Rutherford reflected on Trump’s transition into the White House and his top picks for senior positions in his administration.

Donald Trump’s Team of Bitter Rivals [CNN]

November 16, 2016

Howard Schweitzer was featured in a CNN article, "Donald Trump’s team of bitter rivals.”

A Look at the Complexities of the Presidential Transition Process [CNN]

November 15, 2016

Howard Schweitzer appeared on “CNN Newsroom” with Brooke Baldwin to discuss President-elect Trump’s transition into the White House, as well as his possible administration picks.

Howard Schweitzer Quoted by CNN on Trump's National Security Approach

November 11, 2016

Howard Schweitzer comments on the president-elect's potential national security policy and team.

Transition Team and Planning Key to President-Elect Trump's Success

November 10, 2016

Howard Schweitzer discusses President-Elect Trump's transition team with Sirius XM's Arlene Bynon.

Howard Schweitzer Offers Reaction to Philadelphia Business Journal about Trump's Victory

November 09, 2016

Howard Schweitzer offers his reaction to the Philadelphia Business Journal about Trump's victory.

Predictions about Election Results Vary as Polls Tighten [Fox Business News]

November 05, 2016

While appearing on Fox Business News’ “Making Money with Charles Payne,” Mark Alderman talked about Donald Trump’s chances for victory in the final days before the election.

Tightening Polls Make It Hard to Predict Election Results [Fox Business News]

November 02, 2016

Mark Alderman appeared on Fox Business News’ “Making Money with Charles Payne” to talk about the polls in the days leading up to the presidential election.

Trump Slams Voter Fraud and Media Bias in Days Leading Up to Election [Fox Business News]

October 27, 2016

Mark Alderman appeared on Fox News' "Making Money with Charles Payne to discuss Donald Trump’s criticism of America’s democratic system.

Clinton Wins the First Debate But Upcoming Debates are of Equal Importance [Fox Business News]

September 27, 2016

Mark Alderman discussed the candidates' performance in the first debate on "Making Money with Charles Payne" on Fox Business News.

Clinton Email Issues Overstated Again with Immunity Deal [Fox Business News]

September 23, 2016

Blake Rutherford joined "Making Money with Charles Payne" on Fox Business News to discuss the Cheryl Mills immunity deal and the imminent first debate.

Political Punchout: The 'Deplorables' Controversy [NBC10]

September 13, 2016

Mark Alderman and Jim Schultz debate the week’s highlights from the topsy-turvy presidential campaign, focusing on Hillary Clinton’s “deplorables” statement.

Clinton's Polling Lead and Trump's Pennsylvania Prerogative [Fox Business News]

September 12, 2016

Mark Alderman appeared on Fox News’ “After the Bell” to discuss the candidates’ standings and newly emerging battleground states.

Bureaucracy, Congress and Other Presidential Obligations Not Suited for Trump [SiriusXM’s POTUS Channel]

August 31, 2016

Howard Schweitzer joined the Michael Smerconish Program on SiriusXM’s POTUS Channel to discuss whether Donald Trump genuinely wants to be president, and if he were to win the election, how would he really tackle the job.

Trump Wants the POTUS Job Title But Not the Actual Job [CNN]

August 30, 2016

Howard Schweitzer appeared on CNN Newsroom with Brooke Baldwin to discuss his recently published op-ed in Politico, "7 Reasons Why Trump Would Hate Being President."

Final Political Punchout: Anticipating Hillary's Speech [NBC10]

July 29, 2016

Jim Schultz and Mark Alderman discuss what Hilary needs to accomplish in her acceptance speech during the DNC.

Gotham City vs. Reaganesque Optimism [US News]

July 29, 2016

Mark Alderman discusses the contrasting portrayals of the United States depicted by the Republicans and Democrats during their respective conventions with US News.

Political Punchout: Joe Biden's Popularity and President Obama's Speech

July 28, 2016

Jim Schultz and Mark Alderman discuss Joe Biden's Popularity and President Obama's Speech

Political Analysts Breakdown the DNC

July 25, 2016

Mark Alderman, chairman of Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, and Jim Schultz, chair of Cozen O'Connor's Government Law & Regulatory practice discuss day one of the DNC.

Cozen O'Connor Plays Active Role in DNC Events in Philadelphia

July 22, 2016

Cozen O'Connor's events and participation in the Democratic National Convention is highlighted by Law360

Convention Impressions and Trump's Long-Term Effect on the Republican Party [OZY on Facebook LIVE]

July 20, 2016

Howard Schweitzer and Mark Alderman share their perspective on the Republican convention and comment on the candidates' strategies.

Trump: The Most Unconventional Candidate at a Modern Day Convention

July 20, 2016

Howard Schweitzer discusses his impressions in Cleveland on day two of the convention and discusses Trump's candidacy with Haus Rules radio show.

Trump Further Disgruntles Wall Street with Latest Policy Proposal [Washington Post]

July 19, 2016

Howard Schweitzer discusses the inclusion of the historically anti-Wall Street 1933 Glass-Steagall Act in the GOP platform with the Washington Post.

The Bernie Sanders Effect and Potential Violence in Cleveland

July 14, 2016

Mark Alderman discusses Bernie Sanders' influence on the Democratic Party and how the open carry rule may play out in Cleveland.

Who is the Front Runner for Trump's VP?

July 13, 2016

Jim Schultz, chair of Cozen O’Connor’s Government Law and Regulatory Affairs practice group, discusses who Trump's VP picks could be on NBC10.

Pre-Conventions "Political Punchout" and Trump's Imminent VP Announcement

July 11, 2016

Mark Alderman and Jim Schultz have the latest on the race for president, including Trump's plan to announce a possible running mate.

Cozen O’Connor Earns Client Recognition in 2016 Chambers USA Rankings

May 27, 2016

Chambers USA recognized 41 Cozen O’Connor lawyers as leaders in their respective fields; 12 attorneys were recognized nationally and 11 were ranked in the top band.

Jim Schultz Discusses the Tense Political Climate in Harrisburg in The Legal Intelligencer

March 17, 2016

Jim Schultz, chair of Cozen O'Connor's Government Law & Regulatory Affairs practice, discusses the tense political climate in Harrisburg and who Gov. Tom Wolf may nominate for the PA Supreme Court.

Jim Schultz Discusses Mega Tuesday and the Republican National Convention on NBC10 News

March 16, 2016

Jim Schultz discusses the Mega Tuesday presidential primary results on NBC10 news, and what to expect at the upcoming Republican National Convention.

Rob Freeman Discusses The FAA Reauthorization Act of 2016 in Law360

March 10, 2016

Rob Freeman of the Public Strategies group discusses the senate’s newly introduced Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization Act of 2016.

Jim Schultz Discusses Pennsylvania General Assembly Budget Crisis

March 01, 2016

Jim Schultz discusses the ongoing budget crisis in the Pennsylvania General Assembly in The Legal Intelligencer.

Jim Schultz Discusses Super Tuesday on NBC10

March 01, 2016

Jim Schultz discusses Super Tuesday's potential outcome on NBC10 as a political and legal analyst for the news program.

Jim Schultz Discusses What Effect Christie's Endorsement Will Have for Trump

February 26, 2016

Jim Schultz, chair of Cozen O'Connor's Government Law & Regulatory Affairs practice, discusses what effect Chris Christie's endorsement will have for Donald Trump on NBC.

Ken Fisher Discusses New York City's 421-a Tax Abatement in Real Estate Weekly

October 07, 2015

Ken Fisher is quoted in Real Estate Weekly on the potential expiration of New York City's 421-a tax abatement program.

Cozen O’Connor Earns Client Recognition in 2015 Chambers USA Rankings

July 06, 2015

Chambers USA recognized 37 Cozen O’Connor lawyers as leaders in their respective fields; 12 attorneys were recognized nationally and 10 were ranked in the top band.

Lori Kalani and JB Kelly Discuss Lag in Pennsylvania AG Work

June 04, 2015

Lori Kalani and JB Kelly discuss the lag in Pennsylvania-related attorney general work and possible causes for the decline.

Cozen O’Connor Launches New State Attorneys General Practice with Addition of Nationally Acclaimed State AG Practice

May 05, 2015

On the heels of its recent announcement of the addition of 60 lawyers in Chicago, Cozen O’Connor is proud to announce the addition of ten attorneys and government professionals and the formation of the firm’s State Attorneys General Practice.

Blake Rutherford Joins Cozen O’Connor and Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies

April 10, 2015

Rutherford, who previously served as chief of staff for Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane, will be resident in the firm’s Philadelphia office.

Ken Fisher Quoted in Crain's New York Regarding Halletts A Development Co. Project in Queens, NY

March 05, 2015

Ken Fisher Quoted in Crain's New York Regarding Halletts A Development Co. Project in Queens, NY

Ken Fisher Quoted in Crain's New York Regarding Mayor de Blasio's City Council Relationships

March 01, 2015

Ken Fisher, a member of the Government & Regulatory and the Real Estate Practice Groups, is quoted in Crain's New York in an article discussing New York Mayor Bill de Blasio clashing with city counsel over power.

Former Pennsylvania General Counsel Rejoins Cozen O'Connor

November 11, 2014

In an article titled "Former Pa. GC Rejoins Cozen O'Connor," James D. Schultz, chair of Cozen O'Connor's Government Law and Regulatory Affairs practice group, discusses his time spent as general counsel to Pennsylvania and rejoining Cozen O'Connor where he will lead his newly formed practice group. "With me rejoining the firm, this is really an opportunity for us to pull together all the various practice groups that handle regulatory matters and be able to pull it together and market it in a way that we can offer a broad range of services," said James.

Cozen O’Connor Welcomes Schultz Back to Firm as Head of Government Law and Regulatory Affairs Practice

November 10, 2014

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to welcome James D. Schultz back to the firm as a member and chair of the newly formed Government Law and Regulatory Affairs Practice. Since 2011, Schultz has served in the Governor’s Office of General Counsel. He was appointed as First Executive Deputy General Counsel in 2011 and in 2012 was appointed by Governor Tom Corbett to head that office as General Counsel of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

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