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Synonyms for cozen

to cause to accept what is false, especially by trickery or misrepresentation

to get money or something else from by deceitful trickery

Synonyms for cozen

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Glenn previously practiced for 13 years with the Chicago-based law firm of Meckler Bulger & Tilson, before the firm combined with Cozen O'Connor in 2015.
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Established in 1970, Cozen O'Connor has more than 750 attorneys who help clients manage risk and make better business decisions.
Paul native returned home and practiced law at other firms before landing at Cozen O'Connor in 2016.
The cost of the development ois an estimated $40 million, according to Cozen O'Connor.
Cozen is founder and chairman of the law firm Cozen O'Connor.
A group of British investors is suing Cozen O'Connor and Blank Rome, claiming a former partner who had worked at both firms conspired with a landlord and his business partner to persuade them to invest tens of millions of dollars in a fictitious real estate development project in Pennsylvania.
National law firm Cozen O'Connor has signed a long-term lease renewal and expansion at Florida's tallest office tower, the Southeast Financial Center.
and their impact on the P&C insurance front, Cozen also spoke to catastrophes in a broader global context, focusing on the Fukushima Daiichi power plant accident.
Wineburgh of Cozen O'Connor in Philadelphia recently spoke on entertainment law topics for law students and legal professionals.
FELDMAN, JD, is chair of the subrogation and recovery department at the international law firm of Cozen O'Connor in Philadelphia.
ANN THORNTON FIELD has been named the new chairwoman of Cozen O'Connor's national insurance litigation department, the law firm has announced.
Results could not be computed for any cancers occurring in non-whites because there were too few cases," wrote epidemiologist Wendy Cozen, an assistant professor of preventive medicine with the University of Southern California Cancer Surveillance Program, which tracks cancer cases diagnosed in Los Angeles County.
Gallant, chair of the Health Law Department at the Philadelphia law firm of Cozen and O'Connor, there are ways to mitigate the disaster-and he knows whereof he speaks.