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How I Made Partner: Cozen O'Connor's Nicole Sprinzen

August 01, 2019

News - White Collar Defense & Investigations

Nicole Sprinzen was quoted in Law.com about her time becoming a partner at Cozen O'Connor.


Avoiding a Legal Hangover [Bar Business Magazine]

August 01, 2019

Publication - Food & Beverage

Richard Fama and Dean Porter contributed an article to the Bar Business Magazine discussing different types of bar and restaurant advertisements along with the federal regulations behind it.


West Coast Expansion Continues with the Addition of 13 Labor & Employment Lawyers from Miller Law Group in California

August 01, 2019

Press Release - Employment Litigation, Labor & Employment

Cozen O’Connor is pleased to announce 13 attorneys from California’s Miller Law Group — one of the largest woman-owned employment law firms in the country — have joined its San Francisco and Los Angeles offices.


Invested Sinking Funds Revisited: A Cautionary Reminder for Issuers and Borrowers [Alert]

August 01, 2019

Publication - Public & Project Finance

Jerry Spector discusses why issuers and borrowers should exercise extreme caution in the creation of funds to pay debt service outside of a bona fide debt service fund.


Vacancy Control the Most Onerous Form of Rent Control [MHInsider Magazine]

August 01, 2019

Publication - Manufactured Housing, Real Estate

Thomas Casparian contributed an article to MHInsider Magazine explaining some of the most common elements of MHC-specific rent control systems.


Pennsylvania Department of Health Revokes Argimed Grow Process Permit for Regulatory Violations [Alert]

July 31, 2019

Publication - Cannabis

Abby L. Sacunas discusses the importance of remaining compliant with reporting obligations under the MMA.


States Ratcheting Down on PFAS Compounds, Moving Ahead of Federal Government [Alert]

July 31, 2019

Publication - Environmental Regulatory & Due Diligence, Utility, Environmental & Energy

Marcia Mulkey and Peter J. Fontaine discuss New Hampshire's drinking water maximum contaminant levels (MCLs) for PFOS and PFOA, which will go into effect October 1, 2019.


Inside the Trials and Tribulations of Modern E-Discovery Training

July 30, 2019

News - Cyber Solutions & Data Strategies, Electronic Discovery, Litigation

Joseph Tate was quoted in Legaltech News explaining the importance of training on e-discovery and some challenges that face this.


Eleventh Circuit Holds No Obligation to Cover Defense Costs from DOJ Antitrust Investigation

July 30, 2019

Publication - Insurance Coverage, Professional Liability Insurance Coverage

Rafael Rivera, Jr discusses the Circuit Court's decision in Crowley and how it may impact whether government investigations trigger coverage under D&O policies and, if so, at what point during an investigation.


OFAC Issues Iran-Related Civil Aviation Industry Advisory

July 30, 2019

Publication - Aviation, Trade Regulations, Export Controls & Sanctions - Aviation

Don Kassilke and Bob Foster discuss OFAC's Iran-Related Civil Aviation Industry Advisory and why it could mean OFAC will be taking a greater interest in the Iranian aviation sector.


How To Keep Your Private Information Safe Following Massive Data Breach

July 30, 2019

News - Government & Regulatory, Privacy & Data Security

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


Outgoing Temple University board chairman reflects on his 10-year tenure: ‘I’m Temple Made, too, in a way’

July 29, 2019

News

Patrick O'Connor discussed with The Philadelphia Inquirer about his time as the chairman of Temple University's board of trustees.


Courtyard Battle Heats Up at Apartment Complex in Brooklyn

July 27, 2019

News - Real Estate, Zoning, Land Use & Development

Ken Fisher was featured on a WPIX 11 New York news segment discussing the plan to build a parking garage below the Riverside Apartment complex courtyard in Brooklyn.


State Governments Push Hard for Rent Control

July 24, 2019

News - Manufactured Housing, Real Estate

Thomas Casparian was quoted in MHInsider discussing his thoughts on statewide rent control and how it affects the industry.


Critical Mass: Monsanto's $2 Billion Roundup Question

July 24, 2019

News - Commercial Litigation, Litigation, Products Liability

Amy Alderfer was quoted on Law.com discussing why a reduced roundup verdict still matters.


Cozen O’Connor Continues to Grow its National Real Estate Practice, Adding New York City Zoning Practitioner and Litigator Ariel S. Holzer

July 23, 2019

News - Real Estate

Holzer is a New York City-based litigator who brings nearly 15 years of experience guiding developers, property owners, architects, and other related entities through the city’s complex zoning and land use application processes.


Developers Say D.C. Comp Plan Changes Won't Do Enough to Beat Back Frequent Legal Challenges

July 22, 2019

News - Real Estate

Meridith Moldenhauer comments on the newly released amendments to D.C’s comprehensive plan in an article in the Washington Business Journal.


Ninth Circuit (California): Hamas Attacks on Israel Do Not Trigger the War Exclusions [Alert]

July 22, 2019

Publication - Insurance Coverage - Insurance

Joe Ziemianski, Irene Yesowitch, and Sam Stalker discuss the Circuit Court's decision in Universal Cable Prods., LLC v. Atlantic Specialty Ins. Co. and what it means for insurers in and out of California.


DOJ Antitrust Division Now Gives Credit for Compliance Program in Cartel Investigations

July 22, 2019

Publication - Antitrust, White Collar Defense & Investigations

Nicole H. Sprinzen and Thomas Ingalls discuss how, under the new Antitrust Division policy, an effective compliance policy would prevent antitrust violations but also remediate them when they do occur.


Judge Cuts $2 Billion Verdict Against Bayer in Tentative Ruling on Weed-Killer Case

July 19, 2019

News - Litigation, Products Liability

Amy Alderfer was quoted in Bloomberg in which she explains why there is good reason for Bayer to keep fighting the Roundup lawsuits. She states, "You continue to telegraph to plaintiffs and their lawyers that you’re disputing this, and you’re not going to just accept these verdicts,”

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