• Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigators usually operate in secret, but an ongoing legal fight has forced them to admit publicly that they are examining Donald Trump's longtime confidante Roger Stone.

  • Four areas of specialty in Murphy & McGonigle’s litigation practice have been recognized in the 2019 BTI Litigation Outlook, an annual survey of top law firm litigation departments in the United States.

  • A Murphy & McGonigle team led by shareholder Ted Snyder recently prevailed in a FINRA arbitration filed against our client, broker-dealer Janney Montgomery Scott, LLC.    Following six days of hearings, the arbitration panel unanimously dismissed a claim for $2 million in damages by a former retail customer alleging that the broker had improperly invested her account in bonds and risky energy securities. 

  • White Collar defense and investigative lawyers Joseph Facciponti and Katherine McGrail will lead a CLE Webinar Program sponsored by the National Association of Women Lawyers on “Conducting Internal Investigations in the #MeToo Era.” The CLE program will take place on Tues., Oct. 16 from 2:00 – 3:00 pm. To register, please click on the link: https://www.nawl.org/p/cm/ld/fid=1511

  • The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s announcement late last month of a $1 million fine against an investment firm for its cyber security policies and procedures, which invokes for the first time a 6-year-old identity theft rule, sends a clear message to investment firms about its emphasis on cyber security, say experts.

  • Three Murphy & McGonigle attorneys will address Blockchain Expo North America, the world’s largest blockchain conference and exhibition, November 28-29 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in the Silicon Valley. Matthew Comstock, James Murphy, and Daniel Payne are members of the Firm’s Fintech & Blockchain Practice Group and thought leaders on the regulatory challenges facing cryptocurrencies and other blockchain applications. Murphy & McGonigle is proudly sponsoring Blockchain Expo.