Cozen Says Judge Misapplied Philly Campaign Finance Law

Law360, Philadelphia (December 20, 2012, 5:12 PM EST) -- The saga over $500,000 in legal work performed for U.S. Rep. Bob Brady during his unsuccessful Philadelphia mayoral bid in 2007 continued Monday as Cozen O'Connor asked a Pennsylvania appeals court to overthrow a ruling that city campaign finance laws prevented the firm from retiring the debt.

Cozen argued in an appeal brief to the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania that the post-campaign liquidation of the legal fees are not regulated by the campaign finance law and that they do not count as campaign contributions because they...
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