Jennifer M. Horn: Lawyer with Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman PC

Jennifer M. Horn

Senior Counsel
Philadelphia,  PA  U.S.A.

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  • Construction
  • Real Estate
  • Business Transactions
  • Commercial Litigation
Contact InfoTelephone: 215.564.1700
Fax: 215-564-3066
University The Pennsylvania State University, B.A.
Law SchoolThe Dickinson School of Law, Penn State, J.D.
Admitted1996, New Jersey and Pennsylvania; 1998, Maryland and District of Columbia

JENNIFER M. HORN is Senior Counsel in the Construction Group at Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman PC where she concentrates her practice in 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 including contract drafting, review and negotiation, mechanic's liens, bonding, bid protests and bid withdrawals, and claim preparation issues such as inefficiencies, delays, acceleration, extra work, wrongful termination and changed conditions. Jennifer has represented both public and private entities in various forums including state and federal courts, administrative boards, mediation and arbitration.

Jennifer authored numerous articles relating to the construction industry such as "Does Your No Damages for Delay Clause Have Teeth?" and "The Changing Face of Women in Construction" for Construction Today magazine. She has also lectured for Lorman Education Services on construction claims prevention, bonds and mechanic's liens, and was the Keynote Speaker for the National Association of Women in Construction Region 1 Forum.

Jennifer 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. Additionally, she is a contributor to the Construction Today Blog.

In law school, Jennifer was the editor-in-chief of the Dickinson Environmental Law Review, member of the Dickinson Appellate Moot Court Board, and member of the Order of the Barristers Honor Society.


· Maryland State Bar Association (MSBA) - Member; Publicity Committee of the Construction Litigation Section

· Associated Builders and Contractors Keystone Chapter (ABC)

· Associated Builders and Contractors Baltimore Metro Chapter (ABC)

· American Bar Association (ABA) - Member; Forum on Construction Law

· Building Congress & Exchange (BC&E) - Member

· National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) - Member; Board of Directors; Past President of the Philadelphia Chapter

Awards & Recognition

· Jennifer was named a 2013 Super Lawyer by Law & Politics Magazine for her work in Construction Litigation. Law & Politics Magazine publishes Super Lawyers annually to recognize accomplished lawyers in more than 70 areas of practice.

 (Also at Baltimore, MD and Harrisburg, PA Office)


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Schuylkill Products: Important Lessons and Reminders about the Power of the False Claims Act
Daniel E. Fierstein,Jennifer M. Horn,Katherine Tohanczyn, July 4, 2014
As many federal government contractors know, the False Claims Act (FCA) is a tool used by the federal government to deter fraud. Those found to have knowingly submitted false information to the government in violation of the FCA stand to suffer the imposition of fines, forfeiture of improperly...

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Evenly Divided on Discoverability of Attorney-Expert Communications
Matthew L. Erlanger,Jennifer M. Horn, June 6, 2014
On April 29, 2014, an evenly divided Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued an order affirming the Pennsylvania Superior Court’s decision in Barrick v. Holy Spirit Hospital. The ruling means that communications between a party’s counsel and a party’s expert witness remain exempt from...

Want to Appeal a Bid Protest Decision Involving A Maryland State Contract? If New Legislation Becomes Law, You May Have to Pay to Play...
Jennifer M. Horn, March 19, 2014
New Proposed Legislation Would Require Bond: If House Bill 1488 becomes law in Maryland, bid protesters of state contracts appealing a decision to the Maryland Board of Contract Appeals would be required to simultaneously submit a “protest appeal bond or other form of acceptable...

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Jennifer M. Horn

30 South 17th Street
PhiladelphiaPA 19103


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