Cozen O’Connor has asked a Pennsylvania federal court to determine whether the wife or parents of one of its female attorneys who died in September should be the beneficiaries of a profit-sharing plan from which the attorney was owed benefits.

In bringing an action for interpleader in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the law firm asked the court to require the wife and parents to interplead and settle among themselves their respective claims to the money and prohibit them from bringing any actions against Cozen O’Connor.

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