January 3, 2011
Cohen Seglias is pleased to announce the following:
Jason A. Copley has been named managing partner.
Mr. Copley succeeds John A. Greenhall who served in the post from 2000 through 2010. A partner in the firm's Construction Group, Mr. Copley will oversee the day-to-day management of the firm and its eight offices, as well as assist the board of directors in implementing its strategic goals. He joined Cohen Seglias in 1998, and is a member of the firm's board of directors and executive committee. Mr. Copley's practice is focused on representing contractors and owners in the areas of construction and commercial litigation.
Jonathan A. Cass has been elected partner.
Mr. Cass, who has been with Cohen Seglias for three years, is a member of the firm's Commercial Litigation Group and concentrates his practice on insurance coverage litigation and commercial litigation, the former arising under fidelity bonds, directors and officers' liability policies and errors and omissions insurance policies.
Melissa C. Angeline has been promoted to senior counsel.
A member of the firm's Labor & Employment Group, Ms. Angeline concentrates her practice on representing and counseling employers in all aspects of employment law. Since joining Cohen Seglias in 2008, Melissa has defended employers in employment discrimination claims before state and federal courts and before administrative agencies such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, the Philadelphia Commission on Human Rights, and the New Jersey Division of Civil Rights.
Jennifer M. Horn has been promoted to senior counsel.
Ms. Horn has been with Cohen Seglias for seven years and is a member of the firm's Construction Group, concentrating her practice on the areas of construction litigation and real estate. During her tenure, she has represented owners, architects, construction managers, general contractors and subcontractors in all facets of the industry. Ms. Horn serves as managing editor of the firm's blog, Construction Law Signal which provides regular news on construction-related issues throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.
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