Since the financial crisis, increased inquiries from federal agencies have imposed a serious regulatory burden on financial services companies. Often, the state of current technology places financial services and government regulators at odds.
Tom McGonigle quoted in Wall Street Journal article regarding fairness of SEC judges. Comments from judges are raising worries of defendants that they won't be able to get a fair hearing.
Murphy & McGonigle, P.C. announced today that Elizabeth Del Cid has joined the firm as an officer in its New York office. Ms. Del Cid’s arrival continues the strong trend of top litigation and regulatory talent joining the financial services law firm that was founded in 2010.
U.S. News & Best Lawyers selected Murphy & McGonigle as a National Tier One Law Firm.
Murphy & McGonigle's Robertson Park was quoted in a Bloomberg.com article,"New York Libor Trial Tests U.S. Ability to Do What U.K. Has Done."
New and developing court rules, case law and even some state bar ethics opinions send a clear message: the modern litigator must have a basic understanding of the process of discovering electronically stored information (ESI), including the capabilities and limitations of technology and how the process is viewed by a judiciary increasingly comfortable with the topic. The proliferation of electronic data associated with litigants of all types and sizes, whether corporate or individual, means a litigator must understand not only how to identify where clients and opposing parties keep documents, but how to leverage the available tools to efficiently analyze those documents and opponents' productions.