O'Connor president and managing partner.
Ranked among the top law firms in the country, Cozen
O'Connor has more than 675 attorneys in 26 offices across two continents.
Representing GMDC from Cozen
O'Connor were real estate attorneys William F.
is also co-chair of the Institute's capital campaign, which has raised USD84 million of the USD150 million target amount.
When applying lessons gleaned from the Three Mile Island disaster litigation to the ongoing crisis at the Fukushima plant, Cozen
offered sobering statistics:
PHILADELPHIA -- Chambers USA has recognized 28 Cozen
O'Connor lawyers as leaders in their fields; five attorneys were recognized nationally and three were ranked in the top band.
Pavane, Vice Chair, Intellectual Property Department, Co-Chair, ANDA & Biologics Practice Group, Cozen
O'Connor will speak at the Knowledge Group's webcast entitled: "The Hatch-Waxman Act: Recent Amendments and Developments Live Webcast.
Joe Tilson, Co-Chair of Cozen
OConnors Labor and Employment Department, has been named the 2018 Chicago Labor and Employment Law Litigation "Lawyer of the Year" by Best Lawyers in America, one of the oldest and most highly regarded peer review publications in the legal profession.
O'Connor announced that a nationally ranked Construction Law Practice has joined the firm.
Best's Review contributors Paul Dowsey and Andrew Tobin handle international direct and facultative claims for Cozen
O'Connor in London.
authorities Absolute Poker co-founder pleads guilty Cozen
O'Connor responds to Full Tilt Poker lawsuit Cozen
O'Connor sued in relation to alleged Full Tilt Poker Ponzi scheme Full Tilt Poker fights back against DOJ
Founder and chairman of the Philadelphia-based law firm Cozen
O'Connor, Stephen A.
The law firm of Cozen
O'Connor has announced that ANN THORNTON FIELD will be the next chairwoman of its 170-attorney national insurance litigation department.
MARGARET GALLAGHER THOMPSON, JD, is chair of the estates and trusts practice group at Cozen
O'Connor, a law firm in Philadelphia.
Gallant, member of the Philadelphia-based law firm of Cozen
and O'Connor, who argued for the nursing homes in Shalala v.