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Cozen O'Connor Named a 2022 Top Workplace

January 26, 2022

Press Release

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce that the firm has earned the 2022 Top Workplaces USA award.


Five Tips To Keep Your Business Off Regulators’ Radars During Supply Chain and Other Economic Disruptions [Alert]

January 26, 2022

Publication - State Attorneys General

Lori Kalani and Keturah Taylor give five tips to deter regulatory scrutiny businesses should pay close attention to as they navigate through the supply chain and other economic disruptions.


Fixing the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway: What Can Be Done and When

January 25, 2022

News - Business/Corporate, Infrastructure, Real Estate, Zoning, Land Use & Development

Ken Fisher is quoted in an article in the Commercial Observer that discusses the neglected state of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (BQE) and what needs to be done to address this issue.


Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Equity - Righting the (Ally)Ship

January 25, 2022

Publication - Commercial Litigation

David Reichenberg and Sarah Schlossberg contributed an article to the February issue of ALI CLE’s The Practical Lawyer discussing how universal calls for equity have accelerated over the past two years thanks to the pandemic.


Jamie Ansorge Named One of Cannabis Industry Power Players by PoliticsNY

January 24, 2022

News - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

Jamie Ansorge, Principal in Cozen O’Connor New Public Strategies group, has been recognized by PoliticsNY as one of the Power Players in the Cannabis industry.


A Look Back and A Glimpse Forward: The SEC’s Agenda [The Legal Intelligencer]

January 24, 2022

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

Kathy Jaffari and Rikisha Collins authored an article in The Legal Intelligencer that addresses how the initiatives of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) 2021 rulemaking agenda were instituted, and discusses what to expect from the SEC in 2022.


Eight Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Recognized as 2022 Southern California Super Lawyers

January 20, 2022

News - Appellate, Commercial Litigation, Environmental Litigation & Enforcement, Environmental Regulatory & Due Diligence, Franchising, Real Estate

Super Lawyers has named eight Cozen O'Connor attorneys to its 2022 Southern California Super Lawyers list.


$1.7 Billion of Student Debt Canceled | Modernizing Federal Merger Guidelines | Business Credit Report Settlement

January 20, 2022

Publication - State Attorneys General

The State AG Report – 1.20.2022 Here are last 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.


State Attorney General Elections Matter: Preparing for November 2022

January 20, 2022

Publication - State Attorneys General

Lori Kalani, Bernie Nash and Mira Baylson kick off our team’s analysis of the 2022 state AG election season with early observations.


Broad Street Brief: Negative COVID-19 Test No Longer Good Enough for Indoor Dining

January 20, 2022

Publication - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies

Due to city vaccine requirements, one will no longer be able to enter a restaurant for indoor dining with only a negative COVID-19 test.


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

January 20, 2022

News - Antitrust

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.


After 10-Year Saga, Judge’s Delay Keeps Senior Housing Unbuilt

January 19, 2022

News - Government Relations - Cozen O'Connor Public Strategies, Real Estate, Zoning, Land Use & Development

Ken Fisher is quoted in an article in The Real Deal about New York City’s development of an affordable housing complex for seniors at the site of Elizabeth Street Garden.


Supreme Court Allows CMS Vaccine Directive To Go Forward [Alert]

January 19, 2022

Publication - Coronavirus Task Force, Labor & Employment

Anne Greene, John Ho, and Jim Sullivan discuss the Supreme Court decision to allow the CMS vaccine directive to go forward.


Cozen O’Connor Construction Practice Named Law360 2021 Practice Group of the Year

January 18, 2022

Press Release - Construction Law

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce that the firm has been named a Law360 2021 Practice Group of the Year in Construction.


Business Interruption Insurance: Post-Pandemic Litigation Developments

January 18, 2022

Publication - Insurance Coverage, Property

Donnie Apodaca published an article discussing how COVID-19 is impacting insurance industry in many different aspects, and how post-pandemic litigation developments will arise from the issues the pandemic has caused.


High Court Creates New, Unified Ethics Advisory System for Pa. Judges

January 18, 2022

News - Legal Profession Services

Thomas Wilkinson was quoted in an article published by The Legal Intelligencer discussing how the Pennsylvania Supreme Court laid out guidelines for a new Judicial Ethics Advisory Board, which is set to take effect in July.


Employers are on their own after court guts Biden vaccine-or-testing mandate

January 15, 2022

News - Coronavirus Task Force, Labor & Employment

John Ho was quoted in the Philadelphia Inquirer discussing the latest on COVID-19 vaccine mandates.


FTC Should Rethink Market Issues In Facebook Case [Law360]

January 14, 2022

Publication - Antitrust

David Reichenberg published an article discussing how the federal judge in the Federal Trade Commission's case against Meta Platforms Inc. recently denied Facebook's latest motion to stop the case at its initial phase.


After SCOTUS’ Hit, Companies are Ditching Their Vaccine Mandates Like a Bad Habit

January 14, 2022

News - Coronavirus Task Force, Labor & Employment

David Barron was quoted on The Alteran discussing the Supreme Court's decision not to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine at work.


Mixed response from businesses after SCOTUS ruling on vaccine mandates

January 14, 2022

News - Coronavirus Task Force, Labor & Employment

Michael Schmidt spoke with NBC News about COVID-19 vaccine mandates at work.

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