• Is the growing practice of telemedicine by health care providers the next frontier for scrutiny by the U.S. Department of Justice following this past June’s largest health care fraud takedown to date? Lionel Andre and Michelle Bradford, two partners who teamed up as federal prosecutors in the successful prosecution of the largest health care fraud case in District of Columbia history, detail key steps for how health care providers utilizing telemedicine can ensure they are abiding by the law in this article from Health Law360.

  • A wide range of renowned thought leaders and innovators in the blockchain, cryptocurrency and financial services sectors will be featured speakers at CryptoLex 2018, Murphy & McGonigle’s inaugural Blockchain conference. The speakers represent a mix of experts that includes blockchain entrepreneurs, investors, regulators with both federal and state experience, legal and academia.

  • For the second consecutive year, two lawyers from financial services and regulatory law firm Murphy & McGonigle, Sharon O’Shaughnessy and Elizabeth Del Cid, have been recognized as “Rising Stars” in the New York Metro region by Super Lawyers.

  • What’s Extraterritorial on the Blockchain?
    by: Daniel S. Alter | The WLF Legal Pulse | (09/10/2018)

    Daniel Alter poses that question and looks at the application of U.S. Securities Law to “Foreign” ICOs in the new edition of The WLF Legal Pulse, the Washington Legal Foundation publication.