• Financial services law firm Murphy & McGonigle announced today the appointment of two attorneys as new Office Managing Partners (OMP) at the Firm. Katherine McGrail, litigation shareholder and the Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer, becomes the new Office Managing Partner of the Virginia office, and litigation shareholder Andrew Melnick will serve as Office Managing Partner of the firm’s headquarters New York office. Both attorneys will also serve on the Firm’s Executive Committee, along with Elizabeth Lan Davis, Chair of Murphy & McGonigle; Tom McGonigle, Office Managing Partner of the Washington, DC office; and New York shareholder Leonard Amoruso.

  • Financial services law firm Murphy & McGonigle announced today the addition of a new Partner to its Chicago office, Ross Pazzol, an accomplished financial services lawyer who brings experience to clients from both the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and the Securities and Exchange Commission. Mr. Pazzol joins from CME Group, where he served as Assistant General Counsel for the past five years.

  • As the seasons prepare to change, financial services law firm Murphy & McGonigle is also experiencing a transition. Elizabeth Lan Davis, Shareholder in the Firm’s Commodities, Futures & Derivatives; FinTech & Blockchain; and White Collar Defense, Investigations & Compliance Counseling practices, becomes just the second Chair and President of Murphy & McGonigle in its history today.

  • Matthew B. Comstock attorney profile image

    Matthew Comstock of the firm’s FinTech & Blockchain Practice authored an article regarding Securities and Exchange Commission jurisdiction over crypto assets in the Expert Analysis section of Law360 (8/26/21). In the article, Mr. Comstock analyzes the SEC’s stance on cryptocurrency and provides expert insight as to why the SEC believes it is uniquely qualified to protect the investing public.

  • Matthew Comstock of the firm’s FinTech & Blockchain Practice authored an article regarding Securities and Exchange Commission jurisdiction over crypto assets in the Expert Analysis section of Law360 (8/26/21). In the article, Mr. Comstock analyzes the SEC’s stance on cryptocurrency and provides insight as to why the SEC believes it is uniquely qualified to protect the investing public.

  • Who’s On the Block
    (08/27/2021)
    Elizabeth Lan Davis attorney profile image

    Elizabeth Lan Davis, Murphy & McGonigle’s Chair, will be speaking at the {DeFi}ntech Retreat 2021 in Malibu, California on September 8. Ms. Davis will be joining a panel to discuss regulation in the fintech and blockchain spaces, alongside state government regulators and blockchain professionals. To see more blockchain events, please go to our Events section.