Cozen O'Connor Taps Nine AttorneysTo Head Regional Offices

Friday, April 1, 2005 - 01:00

The firm of Cozen O'Connor recently named managing attorneys for nine of its regional offices. They include:

  • Samuel S. Woodhouse III, Atlanta. A member of the subrogation and recovery department, Mr. Woodhouse concentrates his practice in the areas of personal injury, products liability and general liability claims.
  • Brad W. Breslau, Denver. Mr. Breslau practices in the firm's commercial litigation and subrogation and recovery departments, focusing on complex insurance litigation matters.
  • Joseph A. Ziemianski, Houston. A member of the insurance litigation department, Mr. Ziemianski concentrates his practice in insurance coverage litigation matters involving a wide array of first and third party claims including asbestos, silica, pollution, construction defect, nursing home liability, toxic tort, mold, medical devices and errors and omissions.
  • Mark S. Roth, Los Angeles. Mr. Roth focuses his practice in the prosecution of catastrophic subrogation claims, and has secured numerous verdicts and settlements in excess of $1 million.
  • Kevin M. Haas, Newark, NJ. Mr. Haas handles a wide array of complex insurance coverage matters, including toxic tort defense, commercial litigation and appellate practice.
  • Forrest Booth, San Francisco. Mr. Booth practices in the firm's insurance coverage group, focusing on insurance coverage disputes.
  • Barry Boss, Washington, DC. A member of the firm's white collar crime and complex criminal defense practice group, Mr. Boss concentrates his practice in complex criminal matters, focusing on white-collar crime and corporate compliance.
  • Kenneth R. Lang, Wichita, KN. Mr. Lang practices with the business litigation department, focusing on commercial litigation and representing clients in aviation litigation, products liability defense and insurance defense.
  • Mark E. Felger, Wilmington, DE. A member of the bankruptcy, insolvency and restructuring practice group, Mr. Felger has represented debtors, creditors' committees and plan trustees, as well as insurance companies and acquirers of assets in bankruptcy.