Cozen O’Connor names Jeremy Glenn Chicago Office Managing Partner
Glenn takes over the role of Chicago Office Managing Partner from Anne Blume who will become CEO of the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM), the largest professional association in the insurance industry.
FAA Reauthorization Briefing Part 2: Disability-Related Passenger Rights [Aviation Alert]
David Heffernan and Robert F. Foster discuss provisions in the Reauthorization Act that affect airlines’ obligations to accommodate passengers with disabilities. This is the second in a three-part series discussing the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018.
Ansorge Named One of City & State New York’s 2018 NYC 40 Under 40
Jamie Ansorge, a Government Relations Adviser for Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies and counsel within the law firm, has been named one of New York City’s 40 Under 40 by City & State New York.
Ohio Supreme Court: Contractor Not Covered for Subcontractor’s Faulty Work Due to Lack of...
Sam Stalker and Teri Mae Rutledge discuss an Ohio Supreme Court ruling that deviates from the recent trend, holding that the “nuanced” interpretation of the policies in those other decisions did not supersede the plain requirement for coverage of property damage caused by an occurrence.
New Illinois Law Puts Money Back in Your Employees’ Wallets
As of January 1, 2019, Illinois will have one of the most expansive employee expense reimbursement laws in the country. Governor Bruce Rauner recently signed off on an amendment to the Illinois Wage Payment and Collection Act, requiring employers to reimburse “all necessary expenditures or losses incurred by the employee within the employee’s scope of employment and directly related to services performed for the employer.” 820 ILCS 115/9.5(a) . Exceptions to this requirement include expenses or losses related to the employee’s own negligence, losses attributable to normal wear, and loses due to theft—unless the theft occurred as a result of the employer’s negligence
While the amendment makes clear that reimbursement is the law, it is less…
A Delaware First: Chancery Court Upholds Termination of Merger Based on MAE [Mergers &...
Chris Bellini discusses the Chancery Court's findings in Akorn, and how the decision provides an excellent framework for understanding how the court analyzes MAE clauses and provides a useful roadmap for how buyers should act when confronting unforeseen post-signing issues.