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Cozen O'Connor has added Scott J. Pashman as a member to its real estate practice, based at the law firm's 3 World Trade Center offices

Cozen O’Connor Adds Real Estate Litigator Scott Pashman 

Veteran real estate litigator Scott J. Pashman has joined Cozen O’Connor’s New York real estate practice. Pashman, who focuses on condominium, cooperative, and homeowners’ association disputes, joins Cozen O’Connor as a member and will take up residence in the firm’s Manhattan office located at 3 World Trade Center. 

“With so many condos recently completed or under construction and under-utilized office buildings being repurposed for residential use, the demand for the type of legal representation Scott brings to the table will only continue to accelerate,” said James Williams, co-chair of Cozen’s real estate practice.  

He added, “Scott brings us a 20-plus-year track record of successfully resolving real estate disputes in New York City, including more than a decade resolving condo, co-op, and homeowner association disputes — often before they go to trial, which greatly benefits his clients.” 


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