Cozen O'Connor will again go before the state Supreme Court - this time on the merits - to argue it should be able to forgive the $450,000 in legal bills U.S. Rep. Bob Brady, D-Pa., racked up during
The chairman of Cozen O'Connor's real estate department is leaving the firm to serve as general counsel to client Liberty Property Trust, the company and the firm said late last week
The Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners on Oct. 18 announced the results of the bar examination given July 30 and 31. Of the 2,117 applicants who took the examination, 1,637 passed; the overall pass
...25th anniversary at an event featuring former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor as keynote speaker and honoring former Judges Arlin Adams, Phyllis Beck...
...of Pleadings • Negligence • Causal ResponsibilityO'Connor v. Huth, PICS Case No. 13-2579 (C.P. Monroe Aug...
The case involving a fight over a deceased Cozen O'Connor partner's benefits between her parents and her wife is now over
The parents of a deceased Cozen O'Connor lawyer are appealing the district court's decision to direct the benefits of her profit-sharing plan to her wife, Jennifer Tobits
Pittsburgh-based Burns White has hired Manning J. "Jim" O'Connor II, former managing partner of Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman's Pittsburgh office, along with two other former Cohen Seglias
...Benefits Distribution • Definition of SpouseCozen O'Connor, P.C. v. Tobits, PICS Case No. 13-2250 (E.D...
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