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Cozen O’Connor was established in 1970 and currently ranks among the nation’s largest law firms, with more than 700 attorneys in 25 cities in Europe and North America. It is a full-service firm with nationally-recognized practices in litigation, business and corporate law, and governmental and regulatory matters. Its clients include a host of the country’s Fortune 500 corporations.

The firm got its start representing the insurance industry, and it remains a global leader in the fields of insurance coverage and subrogation and recovery work. Cozen O’Connor attorneys have represented the largest American insurers in connection with claims arising from high-visibility matters dating to Three Mile Island in 1978. Over the intervening 35 years, the firm’s attorneys also been retained – frequently as national coordinating counsel – in connection with numerous catastrophic losses including:

  • Superstorm Sandy (2012)
  • the Deepwater Horizon Gulf oil spill (2010)
  • Hurricanes Ike and Gustav (2008)
  • Hurricane Katrina (2005)
  • Hurricanes Charley, Francis, Ivan, and Jeanne (2004)
  • the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack (2001)
  • American businesses’ Y2K Sue and Labor claims (1999)
  • the Kansas City Hyatt Regency Skywalk collapse (1981)
  • the Mount St. Helens eruption (1980)

Cozen O’Connor’s Global Insurance Department has almost 100 attorneys who focus entirely in first and third-party insurance matters, and it is dedicated to keeping the firm’s clients apprised of court decisions, enacted or proposed legislation, and regulatory activities that impact the insurance industry.

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For more than four decades, Cozen O’Connor has represented all types of property insurers in jurisdictions throughout the United States, and it is dedicated to keeping its clients abreast of developments that impact the insurance industry. The Property Insurance Law Observer will survey court decisions, enacted or proposed legislation, and regulatory activities from all 50 states. We will also include commentary on current issues and developing trends of interest to first-party insurers.
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