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Broad Street Brief: University City Townhomes Protest Encampment Cleared Out

August 11, 2022

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

After weeks of occupying the lawn of the University City Townhomes complex, the encampment protesting the impending sale of the property was evacuated by law enforcement officials on Monday in accordance with a court order. The majority of residents and activists demonstrated peacefully, with only one protester being issued a citation.


Lessons Learned From Deadly Condo Collapse: Reshaping Industry to Prevent Future Tragedy [The Legal Intelligencer]

August 10, 2022

Publication - Commercial Litigation, Construction Law

Ralf Rodriguez and Alexander Thompson published, “Lessons Learned From Deadly Condo Collapse: Reshaping Industry to Prevent Future Tragedy” for The Legal Intelligencer.


Cannabis-Impaired Driving Laws Must Balance Liberty, Safety [Law360]

August 10, 2022

Publication - Commercial Litigation - Cannabis

Jacqueline Green authored an article in Law 360 in which she discusses the recently introduced Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act.


Cozen O’Connor Minneapolis Attorney Jon Schoenwetter Named an “Up & Coming” Attorney by Minnesota Lawyer magazine

August 10, 2022

Press Release - Real Estate

MINNEAPOLIS, August 10, 2022 — Minneapolis attorney Jon Schoenwetter, an associate in Cozen O’Connor’s Real Estate Practice, has been named a 2022 “Up & Coming” attorney by Minnesota Lawyer magazine.


Cozen O’Connor’s Global Insurance Department Continues its Expansion, Landing Insurance Litigator Kimberly Petrina

August 09, 2022

Press Release - Insurance Coverage

Petrina is the 16th attorney to join Cozen O’Connor’s Global Insurance Department in 2022, which has grown to over 100 lawyers nationwide.


DOT Issues Proposed Rule on Airline Ticket Refunds [Alert]

August 08, 2022

Publication - Aviation, Aviation Litigation, Aviation Regulatory, Transportation & Trade - Aviation

The Department of Transportation issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, titled Airline Ticket Refunds and Consumer Protections.


Alycen Moss Receives Prestigious Andrew C. Hecker Award from the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel

August 05, 2022

News - Insurance Coverage, Property - Insurance

Alycen Moss received the prestigious Andrew C. Hecker Award, presented annually by the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel (FDCC) to the member who authors the year's most outstanding article in a federation publication.


Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Gary Gassman and Josephine Bahn Installed in ABA Chair Roles

August 05, 2022

News - Commercial Litigation, Construction Law, Insurance Coverage, Professional Liability Insurance Coverage

Gary Gassman and Josephine Bahn, have been installed in ABA Chair Roles.


Chancery Lacks Jurisdiction to Award Damages for an Improvidently Entered Injunction in the Absence of a Bond

August 05, 2022

Publication - Bankruptcy, Insolvency & Restructuring, Commercial Litigation

Barry Klayman and Mark Felger, writing in the Delaware Business Court Insider, discuss a recent decision in the Court of Chancery holding that the court lacks subject matter jurisdiction to award damages for an improvidently granted injunction in the absence of a bond or other security.


I Hate This Irrevocable Trust. Can I Change or Terminate It or Ask a Court to Change or Terminate It?

August 04, 2022

Publication - Elder Law

Ellen Morris discusses options for trustees and beneficiaries of irrevocable trusts in the Daily Business Review.


Resolving Violations Under the PA Safe Drinking Water Act

August 04, 2022

Publication - Utility & Energy

Michael Klein provides an update on resolving the PA Safe Drinking Water Act (Act) violations in the Pennsylvania Perspective newsletter.


Broad Street Brief: Philadelphia Mayoral Race to Attract Major Campaign Talent

August 04, 2022

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

While no one has officially thrown their hat in the ring for Philadelphia’s upcoming election for its milestone 100th mayor, teams are beginning to coalesce around suspected mayoral candidates. The race is expected to garner much attention throughout the region and attract campaign veterans and high-profile campaign operatives from Philadelphia and beyond.


Thomas Wilkinson Appointed to the Pennsylvania Bar Insurance and Trust Fund

August 04, 2022

News - Commercial Litigation, Legal Profession Services

Thomas Wilkinson, member of the firm’s Commercial Litigation Department and Legal Profession Practice Group, has been appointed to serve a four year term as a trustee on the Pennsylvania Bar Insurance and Trust Fund.


Rent-A-Center to Pay-A-Penalty | FTC Closes In on Opendoor | Wisconsin Delivers Frontier Justice

August 04, 2022

Publication - State Attorneys General

The State AG Report 8.4.2022 Here are this week’s curated AG and federal regulatory news stories highlighting key areas in which state and federal regulators’ decisions are having an impact across the US.


$52B CHIPS Act a Boon for Construction, but Challenges Remain

August 04, 2022

News - Construction Law

Larry Prosen was quoted in an article by Construction Dive, which discusses the CHIPS Act President Biden recently signed.


The Business Insurance Interview with Gary Gassman of Cozen O'Connor

August 03, 2022

News - Insurance Coverage, Professional Liability Insurance Coverage - Insurance

Gary Gassman, co-vice chair of the Global Insurance Department, discusses emerging D&O threats and how the hard market is affecting insurance claims disputes.


Goodman and Rich Complete Mediation Certification

August 03, 2022

Press Release - Legal Profession Services

Joshua R. Goodman and Joseph F. Rich completed training and certification to be Civil Circuit and County mediators in the state of Florida.


A Busy Summer: Breaking Down the SEC’s Recent Rule Changes

August 02, 2022

Publication - Capital Markets & Securities, Corporate Governance & Securities, Environmental, Social & Governance

Kathy Jaffari and Paul Hallgren discuss the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) proposed rule on climate disclosures and analyze its recent changes in The Legal Intelligencer.


Mariah Passarelli Appointed to the Western District of Pennsylvania’s Local Rules Advisory Committee

August 01, 2022

Press Release - Labor & Employment

Mariah Passarelli, a member of Cozen O'Connor’s Labor & Employment Department, has been appointed to serve on the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania’s Local Rules Advisory Committee.


Cozen O’Connor Named Pennsylvania Powerhouse by Law360

August 01, 2022

News - Commercial Litigation, Mergers & Acquisitions

Cozen O’Connor is one of four firms to receive this distinction in 2022.

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