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When Jeff Cohen was getting ready to meet his Ok Cupid date for drinks in Manhattan, he started to have second thoughts as he reread the glaring grammatical error in her last message: “I will see you their.” The date flopped for a couple of reasons, but bad grammar bothers Mr. Learning a potential mate doesn’t know the difference between “there,” “they’re” and “their” is like discovering she loves cats, he says. Main Areas: Coming Soon Jeff Cohen is the Guide to Dating and Relationships and a columnist for Yahoo! As a frequent media contributor, he’s been interviewed by USA Today, New York Daily News, MSN, Chicago Tribune, Boston Herald, and the Denver Post, and appeared on CNN as well as a special Voice of America dating program, airing to over 100 million viewers globally.He was also known for his energy at football games serving as the "Mic-Man" and performing the now-famous Truffle Shuffle on the sidelines to raise applause from the crowd.While at Berkeley, Cohen also was initiated as a brother into the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity.While at UC Berkeley, Cohen was a resident assistant during the 1994–1995 academic year at Unit I's Putnam Hall and later on in Norton Hall.He became President of the Associated Students; his campaign posters featured a picture of himself from his Goonies days and the simple slogan "Chunk for president".

He is also a nationally recognized expert on employee benefits issues in bankruptcy. Cohen has successfully argued over a dozen cases and filed scores of briefs in the federal courts of appeals.He’s also not afraid to admit it took seventy-seven blind dates before he found the one.Jeff Cohen represents a diverse range of clients, with an emphasis on ERISA litigation and employee benefits in bankruptcy.Specific matters that he has recently handled include: During his distinguished tenure at PBGC, he was lead counsel for the agency in the bankruptcy proceedings, and related district court and appellate litigation, in such high-profile cases as United Airlines, Delta Airlines, Northwest Airlines, US Airways, Enron, Kaiser Aluminum, Wheeling Pittsburgh Steel, Pan American World Airways, Trans World Airlines, and New Valley (Western Union).He also spearheaded PBGC’s defense of individual and class actions involving allegations of breach of fiduciary duty and claims for benefits.

He is also a nationally recognized expert on employee benefits issues in bankruptcy. Cohen has successfully argued over a dozen cases and filed scores of briefs in the federal courts of appeals.

He’s also not afraid to admit it took seventy-seven blind dates before he found the one.

Jeff Cohen represents a diverse range of clients, with an emphasis on ERISA litigation and employee benefits in bankruptcy.

Specific matters that he has recently handled include: During his distinguished tenure at PBGC, he was lead counsel for the agency in the bankruptcy proceedings, and related district court and appellate litigation, in such high-profile cases as United Airlines, Delta Airlines, Northwest Airlines, US Airways, Enron, Kaiser Aluminum, Wheeling Pittsburgh Steel, Pan American World Airways, Trans World Airlines, and New Valley (Western Union).

He also spearheaded PBGC’s defense of individual and class actions involving allegations of breach of fiduciary duty and claims for benefits.

Since returning to the private sector, Jeff has represented employers, an international union, plan fiduciaries (including independent fiduciaries), a bankruptcy trustee, an official bankruptcy committee, private equity and hedge funds, secured creditors, and individuals.