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.