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No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: Takeaways From a Recent Pro Bono Malpractice Complaint

Busy partners who are under pressure to spend their time on billable work may underestimate the risk and exposure of staffing inexperienced associates on pro bono cases without closely supervising their work. Murphy Pearson attorneys Jason Fellner and Kevin Cardona share insights into this topic in an October 9, 2019 Expert Opinion article published by The Recorder entitled “No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: Takeaways From a Recent Pro Bono Malpractice Claim.”

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Firm Adds Associates to Begin New Year

Murphy, Pearson, Bradley & Feeney begins 2023 with expansion in both their San Francisco and Los Angeles offices. This month, associates Mariah S. Cooks (Golden Gate University School of Law) and Marlin Gramajo Gillespie (University of California, Los Angeles School of Law) joined the firm. An associate practicing out...

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MPBF Developing Next Generation of Trial Attorneys

Murphy, Pearson, Bradley & Feeney is hosting its Annual Mock Trial, scheduled for Saturday, February 4th, 2023, at USF School of Law. A firm with dozens of attorneys who possess decades of trial experience, MPBF is dedicated to training the next generation of trial lawyers through the mock trial...

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MPBF Welcomes Three New Associates

MPBF today announced the additions of attorneys Tony S. Mekari, Stephanie Roque-Hurtado and Aman K. Joea to the San Francisco and Sacramento offices. An associate in the San Francisco office, Tony counsels individuals and businesses in all aspects of general civil litigation, business disputes and white collar criminal defense....

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