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Jillian Thornton Flax Named to Product Liability Advisory Council “Future Leaders”

April 24, 2019

News - Commercial Litigation, Products Liability

Jillian Thornton Flax, a member in Cozen O’Connor's Commercial Litigation Department, was admitted to the Product Liability Advisory Council, Inc. (PLAC) as a part of their “Future Leaders” program.

It’s Alive – Trump Administration Resurrects Helms-Burton Title III

April 24, 2019

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

Don Kassilke and Matthew Howell discuss what the implementation of Title III means in practical terms and how it could impact entities trading with Cuba.

Insurance Attorney Paul C. Ferland Joins Cozen O'Connor

April 19, 2019

News - Insurance Coverage - Insurance

Cozen O'Connor welcomes Paul C. Ferland, an attorney who concentrates his practice in civil litigation involving first-party property insurance coverage, to its nationally recognized Global Insurance Practice.

New Law Imposes New Requirements on New York City Property Owners

April 19, 2019

Publication - Real Estate

Leni Morrison Cummins discusses the Energy Retrofit Bill passed by New York City Council and its impact on property owners inlcuding boards of condos and coops.

NLRB Overturns Rule and Clarifies a Successor Employer’s Right To Set Initial Terms of Employment [Alert]

April 18, 2019

Publication - Labor & Employment

Barry Kearney discusses the NLRB decision to overrule Galloway School Lines and its Ridgewood Health Care Center, Inc., ruling.

Nicole Sprinzen Named to Law360’s 2019 White Collar Editorial Advisory Board

April 18, 2019

Press Release - White Collar Defense & Investigations

The main purpose of the advisory board, according to Law360, is “to get feedback on Law360’s coverage and gain insight from experts in the field on how best to shape future coverage.”

Cozen O’Connor Sponsors Another PGA Golfer — Jason Kokrak

April 18, 2019

Press Release

Kokrak, who is one of the longest hitters on tour, has multiple top 10 finishes this year including a tie for second at the Valspar Championship three weeks ago.

Baltimore Ballot Question: A Wave or a Ripple? [The Authority]

April 18, 2019

Publication - Utility, Environmental & Energy

Michael Klein authored an article on a ballot question in Baltimore that would determine if the city’s water and sewer systems could be sold, leased, or privatized.

Reflections on Boeing’s Exposure Following the 737 MAX Crashes [Alert]

April 17, 2019

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

Chris Kende, Bruce Maffeo and Dina Moussa, discuss the civil and criminal liability Boeing could face following the two crashes and subsequent grounding of the brand new Boeing 737 MAX.

How teamwork won asylum for a Mexican family [Daily Herald]

April 17, 2019

Publication - Commercial Litigation, Labor & Employment

Julie Trester wrote about her personal experience helping lead the asylum victory of a young Mexican mother and her children.

Cozen O’Connor’s Global Insurance Department Welcomes New York Litigator Daniel Goodstadt

April 15, 2019

Press Release - Insurance Coverage

A former partner with Gottlieb Siegel & Schwartz LLP, Goodstadt joins the firm as a member and will work out of its downtown Manhattan office.

Key Takeaways From the Buzz Aldrin Family Dispute [Daily Business Review]

April 15, 2019

Publication - Commercial Litigation

Jason Domark, Charles C. Kline and Reid Kline discuss famous astronaut Buzz Aldrin settling a lawsuit with two of his children and his former business manager. The complaint, filed in Florida state court, alleged that the defendants assumed access to Aldrin's personal credit cards, bank accounts, trust money, space memorabilia and other property.

Does Cory Booker have a chance to win the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination?

April 13, 2019

News - Government & Regulatory

Blake Rutherford joined Fox News to discuss New Jersey Democrat Senator Cory Booker’s chances on winning the 2020 presidential nomination.

4 Things To Know About The Apple-Qualcomm Antitrust Trial

April 12, 2019

Publication - Antitrust

David Reichenberg was quoted in Daniel Siegal's article for Law360 about the Apple Inc. v. Qualcomm Incorpated case, an antitrust trial that includes Apple's claims that Qualcomm used a sprawling web of license agreements to keep a stranglehold on the smartphone chip market.

Susan Eisenberg Named One of 2019’s Influential Business Women

April 12, 2019

Press Release - Labor & Employment

The South Florida Business Journal has named Susan Eisenberg as one of 2019’s Influential Business Women.

Danielle Harris and Jennifer Queliz Selected to the 2019 National Employment Law Council Academy

April 12, 2019

Press Release - Labor & Employment

Danielle Harris and Jennifer Queliz were selected as fellows in the 2019 National Employment Law Council Academy.

Cozen O’Connor Attorneys Eisenberg, Ferrer and Tilson Recognized in 2019 Chambers Global Rankings

April 12, 2019

News - Labor & Employment, Transportation & Trade

Chambers Global has recognized three Cozen O’ Connor attorneys, Susan Eisenberg (Miami – Labor & Employment), Geoffrey Ferrer (New York – Transportation & Trade), and Joseph Tilson (Chicago – Labor & Employment), as worldwide leaders in their respective practices.

Public Utility Commission Rate Making: Municipal Solicitors can Help to Navigate the Complex Process [The Township Solicitor]

April 12, 2019

Publication - Utility, Environmental & Energy

Jonathan Nase discusses why it is important for municipal solicitors to understand the Public Utility Commission (PUC) rate making process.

DOJ Warns Academy that Excluding Streaming Platforms from Awards Eligibility May Violate Sherman Act [Alert]

April 10, 2019

Publication - Antitrust - Media & Entertainment

David Reichenberg, Alex Kargher, and Matthew Kinskey discuss the recent letter sent by the Chief of DOJ Antitrust to the CEO of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences threatening potential antitrust scrutiny should the Academy change its eligibility requirements to exclude streaming platforms from the Oscars.

California Bill Would Exempt Certain Occupations from Dynamex Ruling

April 09, 2019

News - Labor & Employment

Craig Schloss discussed with SHRM about when the California Supreme Court issued its 2018 ruling in Dynamex Operations v. Superior Court.

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