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Texas Supreme Court Rejects Free Speech and Due Process Challenges to Public Adjuster Regulations [Alert]

Karl Schulz discusses the Texas Supreme Court's recent ruling rejecting Stonewater Roofing's claim that a Texas statute violated free speech and due process rights.

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For more than 50 years, major domestic and international insurers have relied on Cozen O’Connor’s Property Insurance team to assist them in navigating the increasingly complex field of property coverage. From hurricanes, earthquakes, and ice storms to man-made disasters such as terrorist attacks and oil spills, we have always been on the cutting edge of property insurance work. We were also pioneers in business interruption matters stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the rising threat of cyberattacks. Our deep experience helps us to not only handle the matters at hand but also identify emerging challenges on the horizon. 

Our team is distinguished by its dual core competencies: precise contractual analysis and powerful trial advocacy. These competencies have cemented our reputation as knowledgeable and effective first-party practitioners for the full range of first-party property insurance coverages, including: all risks, builders risk, commercial property, commercial combined, cyber and electronic commerce risk, high net worth personal, inland marine, machinery breakdown, on- and off-shore energy, and business interruption.

The firm handles trials in state and federal courts around the country, argues appeals on coverage issues critical to the industry before all levels of appellate courts, and represents clients in mediations and arbitrations. Our strong reputation for successfully representing our insurer clients in court also helps us achieve highly favorable outcomes in the many cases where negotiation among stakeholders can resolve matters without resorting to litigation.

Our team has an encyclopedic knowledge of the legal bases governing the good faith handling and resolution of any claim scenario, from weather events and natural catastrophes to structural incidents to suspected arson and fraud, and we have represented clients in numerous high-profile losses. These losses include the 2021 ice storms in Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico, Hurricanes Laura, Irma, and Katrina, Superstorm Sandy, the 9/11 attacks, the Tohoku earthquake, numerous California wildfires, and the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

With offices in 31 cities, Cozen O’Connor can respond quickly and effectively wherever losses occur. Our clients benefit from the firm’s local presence and the advantages that come from fielding a home team that understands the details of a particular locality and has built relationships with the community, the regulatory authorities, and the courts.

The extent of our industry involvement speaks to our credibility, as well as to our commitment to the insurance industry. Our dedication to the insurance industry includes being members and holding leadership positions in many industry organizations, including the highly selective Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel (FDCC), the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM), the American College of Coverage Counsel’s Board of Regents, Law360’s Insurance Authority Property Editorial Board, and DRI.

Our attorneys are sought-after speakers and writers on property insurance topics. We frequently participate in or chair seminars at nationally recognized industry conferences, host webinars, and provide in-house training programs for members of the insurance industry on topics such as claims handling, risk management issues, and updates regarding case law. Several of our attorneys have also authored treatises in the property insurance field, including the Property Insurance Litigator’s Handbook (3d Ed.), Insuring Real Property (Matthew Bender) and the Fire Litigation Handbook (National Fire Protection Association).

In addition to being recognized in Chambers USA, individual members of the Property Insurance team have been honored with some of the most prestigious awards in the profession, including the FDCC’s John Appleman Award and the CLM’s Professional of the Year.

 

 

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Texas Supreme Court Rejects Free Speech and Due Process Challenges to Public Adjuster Regulations [Alert]

June 10, 2024

Karl Schulz discusses the Texas Supreme Court's recent ruling rejecting Stonewater Roofing's claim that a Texas statute violated free speech and due process rights.

Claims Notes: May 2024 [Alert]

May 30, 2024

Cozen O'Connor’s Global Insurance Department's Claims Notes provides quick, to-the-point summaries of national insurance developments, including notable insurance decisions, legislation, trends, and regulatory guidance.

What Is Reasonable Care for Maintaining Heat in an Unoccupied Home? [Property Insurance Law Observer Blog]

May 21, 2024

The New York Supreme Court recently weighed in on what constitutes “reasonable care” to maintain heat in the context of a first-party insurance policy exclusion requiring such reasonable care. In Michael Zimmerman v. Leatherstocking Cooperative Insurance Company, CV-23-0362, 2024 NY Slip Op 02113...

Claims Notes: April 2024

April 29, 2024

Cozen O'Connor’s Global Insurance Department's Claims Notes provides quick, to-the-point summaries of national insurance developments, including notable insurance decisions, legislation, trends, and regulatory guidance.

Claims Notes: March, 2024

March 26, 2024

Cozen O'Connor’s Global Insurance Department's Claims Notes provides quick, to-the-point summaries of national insurance developments, including notable insurance decisions, legislation, trends, and regulatory guidance.

Court Says Builder’s Risk Policy Limited Coverage for Additional Insureds [Property Insurance Law Observer Blog]

March 25, 2024

In BCC Partners, LLC v. Travelers Prop. Cas. Co. of America, 2024 WL 1050117 (E.D. Mo. March 11, 2024), the Court determined that the plaintiff property owner, as an additional insured, was not entitled to the same insurance coverage as the named insured where the builder’s risk policy limited the...

What’s in a Name (Insured)? Pennsylvania Federal Court Holds Homeowners’ Insurance Policy’s Requirement to Submit to Examination Under Oath Applies Only to Named Insured [Property Insurance Law Observer Blog]

March 18, 2024

A federal court recently held that an insurer could not deny coverage under a homeowner’s policy based upon the failure of the named insured’s son, an “insured person,” to submit to an examination under oath (“EUO”). In Michelle Adeola v. Allstate Vehicle and Property Insurance Company, Civil...

Court Differentiates Vandalism from Theft in First Party Insurance Policy [Property Insurance Law Observer Blog]

March 12, 2024

The United States District Court for the Western District of Washington decided an insurance coverage case involving Plaintiffs Benny and Guangying Cheung and Defendant Allstate Vehicle and Property Insurance Company. Cheung v. Allstate Vehicle & Prop. Ins. Co., No. C22-1174 TSZ, 2023 WL...

Court Finds No Coverage for Loss Caused by Water Back Up Through a Storm Drain [Property Insurance Law Observer Blog]

March 04, 2024

In Carrico v. Stillwater Ins. Co., 23-CV-349-RAJ, 2024 WL 308106 (W.D. Wash. Jan. 26, 2024), the Western District of Washington considered competing motions for partial summary judgment in a property damage case involving a winter storm, where large amounts of rain and melted snow backed the drain...

Claims Notes

February 27, 2024

Cozen O'Connor’s Global Insurance Department's Claims Notes provides quick, to-the-point summaries of national insurance developments, including notable insurance decisions, legislation, trends, and regulatory guidance.

The End of a “Forever War”? Texas Supreme Court Answers Certified Question Concerning Appraisal [Alert]

February 13, 2024

Karl Schulz reviews a Texas Supreme Court finding on a key issue concerning appraisal that was dividing lower Texas state courts and Texas federal district courts.

Court Issues First LEG3 Defects Exclusion Decision [Property Insurance Law Observer Blog]

January 16, 2024

Introduction In a case of first impression, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia (applying Illinois law) rejected a LEG3 exclusion as ambiguous. See S. Capitol Bridgebuilders “SCB” v. Lexington Ins. Co., 2023 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 176573 (D.D.C. Sep. 29, 2023). The London...

The CLM Magazine Features Vincent Passarelli’s Thoughts on Recent Kansas Decision

January 03, 2024

Vincent Passarelli’s analysis of the recent Kansas decision from the Sina Davani v. Travelers Personal Insurance Company and Geico Insurance Agency, LLC case was featured in the CLM National December 2023 column.

There's No Place Like Home! Kansas Federal Court Holds Homeowner's Policy Coverage Requires Policyholder to Physically Reside at Residence [Property Insurance Law Observer Blog]

November 09, 2023

A federal court recently held that an insurer may deny coverage under a homeowner’s policy for a “residence premises” when the insured never actually lived at the premises. In Sina Davani v. Travelers Personal Insurance Company and Geico Insurance Agency, LLC, Case No. 22-1244 (D. Kan. October 26,...

Cozen O'Connor Adds Insurance Attorneys In LA, Houston

October 17, 2023

Law360 covered the recent expansion to the firm’s insurance litigation practice by adding Julie E. Van Wert, David M. Berke, Jerome P. Doctors, and Rangi Perera in Los Angeles and Christopher Tramonte in Houston.

Southern District of Texas Holds that Appraisal Award is Inconclusive of Whether a Loss is Covered [Property Insurance Law Observer Blog]

August 29, 2023

The Southern District of Texas recently held that an appraisal award did not establish liability for a covered loss under the policy. In Hoff v. Meridian Sec. Ins. Co., 2023 WL 5192013 (S.D. Tex. Aug. 11, 2023), Meridian Security Insurance (“Meridian”) insured Flemming Hoff (“Hoff”). After filing...

First Circuit Affirms Insurer’s Denial for Late Notice Under Claims-Made Policy [Alert]

August 16, 2023

The First Circuit rejected the insured’s argument that an insurer’s purported “actual knowledge” of a claim is sufficient to comply with the policy.

Should I Stay or Should I Go? Recent Developments and Special Situations Impacting Removal in Insurance Cases

May 10, 2023

Stephen P. Pate co-authored the article, “Should I Stay or Should I Go? Recent Developments and Special Situations Impacting Removal in Insurance Cases” for the Defense Research Institute’s (DRI) May issue of For The Defense.

Florida Enacts Broad Insurance Reforms Focusing on Bad Faith [Property Insurance Law Observer Blog]

March 29, 2023

From 2019 to 2022, the Florida Legislature enacted four separate property insurance reforms that sought to rein in abusive property insurance litigation fueled by one-way attorney’s fee shifting and an army of professional plaintiffs filing lawsuits pursuant to assignments of benefits. In its...

Louisiana Supreme Court Reverses a Rare State Court of Appeals Win for COVID-19 Business Interruption Claimant [Property Insurance Law Observer Blog]

March 27, 2023

COVID-19 business interruption claimants have had few state appellate court decisions upon which to rely. Louisiana produced one such decision in Cajun Conti, LLC v. Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s, 2022 La. App. LEXIS 939 (La. App. 4 Cir., June 15, 2022). The insurer prevailed in the trial court...

Florida Appellate Court Holds that Deadline to Report Claims Does Not Nullify Prompt Notice Provision [Property Insurance Law Observer Blog]

February 03, 2023

Florida’s Third District Court of Appeal recently affirmed a summary judgment entered in favor of a property insurer, holding that there is no conflict between the policy’s three year limitation for reporting hurricane claims and the requirement that the insured give prompt notice. In Navarro v....

Florida Begins New Era with Major Property Insurance Reforms [Property Insurance Law Observer Blog]

December 16, 2022

For the fourth time since 2019, the Florida Legislature has enacted property insurance reforms aimed towards stabilizing a beleaguered insurance market. The bill, S.B. 2-A, creates a reinsurance assistance program, establishes additional oversight for insurers with high volumes of hurricane claims,...

Texas Court of Appeals Nixes Plaintiff’s Attorney’s Fees Award Because Offsets Preclude Prevailing Party Status [Property Insurance Law Observer Blog]

December 09, 2022

The First Court of Appeals in Houston affirmed an analysis that involved math and application of the Texas Insurance Code. In Jones v. Allstate Vehicle & Property Insurance Company, 2022 Tex. App. LEXIS 8896 (Tex. App.—Houston [1st Dist.] Dec. 6, 2022, no pet.), the policyholder appealed a...

Fifth Circuit Resolves Split Over Chapter 542A Election of Liability for Agents [Property Insurance Law Observer Blog]

October 11, 2022

In Advanced Indicator & Manufacturing v. Acadia Insurance Company,[1] the Fifth Circuit resolved a thorny split in Texas federal district courts regarding Texas Insurance Code Chapter 542A by returning to a bedrock principle governing removal. Now as long as the insurer has elected to accept...

Oklahoma Supreme Court Rejects “Loss of Use” Argument, Nixes COVID-19 Business Interruption Suit [Property Insurance Law Observer Blog]

September 19, 2022

There is a clear nationwide trend of federal courts disposing of COVID-19 business interruption suits.[1] Insureds are not clearing their initial burden to establish direct physical loss or damage to property, or they are running afoul of virus and contamination exclusions. Relatively few state...

Property Insurance Coverage Can Hinge On 'Riot' Or 'Protest'

June 30, 2022

Alycen A. Moss and Elliot Kerzner wrote an expert analysis column titled, “Property Insurance Coverage Can Hinge On 'Riot' Or 'Protest'” for Law360.

Intentional Act Without Intent to Harm May Not Be an Occurrence [Alert]

May 27, 2022

A California appellate court recently ruled that an intentional act may not be an "occurrence" even when there is no intent to cause harm.

Coverage Issues Regarding Riots, Civil Commotion, and Curfews

May 26, 2022

Alycen Moss and Elliot Kerzner co-authored the article “Coverage Issues Regarding Riots, Civil Commotion, and Curfews” for the Spring 2022 issue of the Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel’s Insights magazine.

Ten from '21 — The Top Ten Property Insurance Decisions from 2021

April 21, 2022

Alycen Moss and Stephen Pate wrote the article, "Ten from '21 — The top ten property insurance decisions from 2021," published by Westlaw Today.

COVID-19 and Event Cancellation Claims: Post-pandemic Developments [Practical Guidance]

February 03, 2022

Paul Ferland examines event cancellation coverage in general to identify the issues that will be at the forefront of legal disputes in the coming years.

Business Interruption Insurance: Post-Pandemic Litigation Developments [Practical Guidance]

January 18, 2022

Donnie Apodaca contributed a practice note in LexisNexis Practical Guidance.

First Appellate Ruling Holds COVID-19 Business Losses Are Not Physical Loss or Damage [Alert]

July 06, 2021

Alycen A. Moss and Elliot Kerzner discuss the Eighth Circuit's decision in Oral Surgeons, P.C. v. The Cincinnati Insurance Company.

Protests, Riots Raise Questions of Civil Authority Coverage [Best's Review]

March 05, 2021

Alycen Moss and Elliot Kerzner published an article in Best's Review titled, "Protests, Riots Raise Questions of Civil Authority Coverage" discussing property damage from the riots following the death of George Floyd in May 2020.

Hurricane Laura: What Can Insurers Expect with Claims in Texas and Louisiana? [Alert]

September 02, 2020

Joseph A. Ziemianski, Melissa Brill, Alycen A. Moss, Stephen P. Pate, and Paul C. Ferland discuss what insurers can expect based on prior hurricanes.

Texas Supreme Court Reinforces the Eight Corners Rule, Or Does It? [Alert]

March 25, 2020

Alissa Christopher and Greg Hudson discuss Richards v. State Farm Lloyds and whether the absence of a clause requiring a carrier to defend claims that are “groundless, false or fraudulent” means that the “eight-corners” rule does not apply when determining the existence of a duty to defend.

Property Insurance Coverage Issues Associated with COVID-19 [Alert]

March 16, 2020

Joe Ziemianski, Melissa Brill, Alycen Moss, Stephen Pate, and Paul Ferland discuss how courts have analyzed and applied first-party property policies for these types of non-physical losses, potential coverage under a civil authority provision, and pollution/contamination exclusions.

Events & Seminars

Past Events

Top Property Cases of 2023

March 20, 2024 - Webinar

How to Handle the Tough Situations?

October 23, 2023 - Philadelphia, PA

Top Property Cases of 2022

March 22, 2023 - Webinar

The FDCC’s Insurance Industry Institute (I-3)

November 10, 2022 - New York, NY

The FDCC’s Property Boot Camp

November 09, 2022 - New York, NY

Top Property Cases of 2021

March 16, 2022 - Webinar

Wildfires and their Impact on Insurance Coverage Issues

February 02, 2022 - Fort Lauderdale, FL

In The News

Stephen Pate Named President-Elect of the American College of Coverage Counsel

May 01, 2024

CHICAGO, May 1, 2024 — Stephen P. Pate, member of the Global Insurance Department and co-chair of the property insurance practice, has been named president-elect of the American College of Coverage Counsel (ACCC) at the Annual Business Meeting at the 2024 Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois.

Alycen Moss Reappointed to Law360’s Insurance Authority Property Editorial Advisory Board

March 20, 2024

Alycen Moss, co-vice chair of Cozen O'Connor's Global Insurance Department, has been named one of Law 360's 2024 Insurance Authority Property Editorial Advisory Board members for the third year.

Leading Lawyers Network Recognizes 19 Cozen O’Connor Lawyers as Top Illinois Practitioners

March 05, 2024

Ira Bodenstein, Jack Carriglio, Janet Davis, John Dunn, Mitch Edlund, Wendy Enerson, Gary Gassman, Tia Ghattas, Jeremy Glenn, Erin Bolan Hines, Mark Rabinowitz, Peter Roberts, Brian Shaw, Joseph Tilson, Julie Trester, Peter Valeta, Anna Wermuth, and Brian Williams were recognized as Leading Lawyers, Christina Sanfelippo was recognized as an Emerging Lawyer.

Five Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Named to 2024 Georgia Super Lawyers List

February 12, 2024

Recognized by their peers in Georgia as Super Lawyers are Kenan Loomis and Alycen Moss. Luciana Aquino, Dakota E. Knehans, and Danielle C. Le Jeune were named “Rising Stars,” a list that recognizes attorneys under the age of 40.

Eleven Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Named 2024 Illinois Super Lawyers

January 29, 2024

The Cozen O’Connor attorneys who have been recognized by their peers in Illinois as Super Lawyers are Jack Carriglio, Janet Davis, Jeremy Glenn, Allen Guon, Peter Roberts, Brian Shaw, Joe Tilson, and Anna Wermuth. Amy Doig, David Doyle, and Corey Hickman were named to this year’s Illinois Rising Stars list. This is Hickman’s first year on the Rising Stars list.

The Top Environmental Insurance Trends Of 2024

January 04, 2024

John R. Ewell was quoted in the Law360 article “The Top Environmental Insurance Trends Of 2024.” The article looks at a few of the most important environmental stories in insurance over the past year, while considering how things might shape up in 2024.

Cozen O’Connor Further Expands its Insurance Coverage Practice, Adding Litigators in Los Angeles and Houston

October 16, 2023

Julie E. Van Wert, David M. Berke, Jerome P. Doctors, and Rangi Perera joined in Los Angeles and Christopher Tramonte joined in Houston.

Opioid Maker Faces Uphill Coverage Battle Before 11th Circ.

September 20, 2023

Alycen A. Moss, co-vice chair of Cozen O'Connor’s Global Insurance Department, was quoted in the recent article “Opioid Maker Faces Uphill Coverage Battle Before 11th Circ.” by Law360.

Two Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Named 2023 Texas Super Lawyers

September 19, 2023

HOUSTON, September 18, 2023 – Two Cozen O’Connor attorneys were named 2023 Texas Super Lawyers. Joseph A. Ziemianski and Stephen P. Pate were recognized for Insurance Coverage.

Alycen Moss Appointed to the Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel’s Board of Directors

August 10, 2023

ATLANTA, August 10, 2023 – Alycen A. Moss, co-vice chair of Cozen O'Connor’s Global Insurance Department, has been appointed to the Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel's Board of Directors for 2023-2024.

Alycen Moss Named a 2023 Recipient of the FDCC’s Joseph R. Olshan Award

July 28, 2023

Alycen A. Moss, co-vice chair of the Global Insurance Department and co-chair of the firm’s Property Insurance Group, has been named a 2023 recipient of the Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel’s Joseph R. Olshan Award.

Business Today Names 32 Cozen O'Connor Attorneys to Its Top 10 Lists

July 28, 2023

These lists recognize lawyers “mastering,” “leading,” “revolutionizing,” and “dominating” their fields in their respective states and nationwide.

Alycen Moss Selected to Law360’s 2023 Insurance Authority Property Editorial Advisory Board

July 12, 2023

ATLANTA – Wednesday, July 12, 2023 - Alycen Moss, a member of Cozen O'Connor's Global Insurance Department, has been named one of Law 360's 2023 Insurance Authority Property Editorial Advisory Board members.

Legal 500 Recognizes Six Cozen O’Connor Practice Areas and 16 Attorneys in its 2023 Guide

July 10, 2023

Cozen O'Connor's Aviation (Litigation/Regulation), Construction, L&E, M&A (Midmarket), Shipping (Finance and Litigation/Regulation) practices were ranked by the Legal 500.

Cozen O’Connor’s Stephen Pate Named Secretary-Treasurer of the American College of Coverage Counsel

May 11, 2023

CHICAGO, May 11, 2023 — Stephen P. Pate, member of the Global Insurance Department, has been named secretary-treasurer of the prestigious American College of Coverage Counsel (ACCC) at the 2023 Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois.

Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Named to 2023 Georgia Super Lawyers List

February 10, 2023

Recognized by her peers in Georgia as Super Lawyers is Alycen Moss. Luciana Aquino and Danielle C. Le Jeune were named “Rising Stars,” a list that recognizes attorneys under the age of 40.

Property Insurance Cases Of Note From The 1st Half Of 2022

August 05, 2022

John R. Ewell was quoted in the expert analysis “Property Insurance Cases Of Note From The 1st Half Of 2022” by Law360.

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

August 05, 2022

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.

Property Insurance Cases To Watch In The 2nd Half Of 2022

August 01, 2022

Alycen Moss, co-chair of the Property Insurance Group, was quoted in the article “Property Insurance Cases To Watch In The 2nd Half Of 2022” by Law360.

Between the Lines: CLM’s Annual Conference Rocked it Out in Palm Desert

July 15, 2022

Alycen A. Moss was quoted in this month’s Between the Lines Column for the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance.

Alycen Moss Named the CLM’s Claim’s Management Professional of the Year

March 29, 2022

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce that Alycen Moss, co-chair of the firm’s Property Insurance Group and co-vice chair of the firm’s Global Insurance Department, has been named the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance’s Litigation Management Professional of the Year.

In A Hail Mary, Virus Coverage Suits Flood State Courts

March 24, 2022

Alycen Moss and Stephen Pate were quoted in a Law360 article discussing the new wave of COVID-19 coverage lawsuits that have hit state and federal courts.

Alycen Moss Named to Law360’s 2022 Insurance Authority Property Editorial Advisory Board

March 23, 2022

Alycen Moss, a member of Cozen O'Connor's Global Insurance Department, has been named one of Law360’s 2022 Editorial Advisory Board members.

More Than 205 Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Named Best Lawyers and Ones to Watch By The Best Lawyers In America

August 19, 2021

Best Lawyers selected 210 Cozen O’Connor lawyers from 23 of the firm’s nationwide offices for inclusion in the 2022 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.

Alycen Moss Named the 2021 Recipient of the FDCC’s John Appleman Award

August 10, 2021

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce that Alycen Moss, member of the Global Insurance Department and co-chair of the firm’s Property Insurance Group, has been named the 2021 recipient of the Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel’s John Appleman Award.

Four Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Recognized as 2020 Texas Super Lawyers

September 24, 2020

Cozen O’Connor attorneys David L. Barron, Stephen P. Pate, A. Martin Wickliff, Jr., and Joseph A. Ziemianski were named 2020 Texas Super Lawyers.

Contacts

Stephen P. Pate

Co-Chair, Property Insurance Group

spate@cozen.com

(832) 214-3957

Paul Ferland

Co-Chair, Property Insurance Group

pferland@cozen.com

(212) 453-3914

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Awards

Two Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Named 2023 Texas Super Lawyers

September 19, 2023

HOUSTON, September 18, 2023 – Two Cozen O’Connor attorneys were named 2023 Texas Super Lawyers. Joseph A. Ziemianski and Stephen P. Pate were recognized for Insurance Coverage.

Alycen Moss Appointed to the Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel’s Board of Directors

August 10, 2023

ATLANTA, August 10, 2023 – Alycen A. Moss, co-vice chair of Cozen O'Connor’s Global Insurance Department, has been appointed to the Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel's Board of Directors for 2023-2024.

Alycen Moss Named a 2023 Recipient of the FDCC’s Joseph R. Olshan Award

July 28, 2023

Alycen A. Moss, co-vice chair of the Global Insurance Department and co-chair of the firm’s Property Insurance Group, has been named a 2023 recipient of the Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel’s Joseph R. Olshan Award.

Business Today Names 32 Cozen O'Connor Attorneys to Its Top 10 Lists

July 28, 2023

These lists recognize lawyers “mastering,” “leading,” “revolutionizing,” and “dominating” their fields in their respective states and nationwide.

Alycen Moss Selected to Law360’s 2023 Insurance Authority Property Editorial Advisory Board

July 12, 2023

ATLANTA – Wednesday, July 12, 2023 - Alycen Moss, a member of Cozen O'Connor's Global Insurance Department, has been named one of Law 360's 2023 Insurance Authority Property Editorial Advisory Board members.

Alycen Moss Named the CLM’s Claim’s Management Professional of the Year

March 29, 2022

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce that Alycen Moss, co-chair of the firm’s Property Insurance Group and co-vice chair of the firm’s Global Insurance Department, has been named the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance’s Litigation Management Professional of the Year.

More Than 205 Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Named Best Lawyers and Ones to Watch By The Best Lawyers In America

August 19, 2021

Best Lawyers selected 210 Cozen O’Connor lawyers from 23 of the firm’s nationwide offices for inclusion in the 2022 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.

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