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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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Mentorship: The defining pillar of legal practice, military service, pro-bono work & beyond

A Southern California native in MPBF’s Los Angeles office, Joshua Quaye is arguably the most well-traveled and uniquely experienced litigation associate at the firm. A graduate of the United States Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, New York, Josh holds an Unlimited Tonnage Second Mate license. In his previous...

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SEC and DOJ file first ever crypto insider trading cases: A sign of greater regulatory enforcement to come in this Crypto winter?

With the stablecoin meltdown of early May, and the recent collapses of cryptocurrency hedge funds like Three Arrows Capital, there has been increased public and media scrutiny of crypto regulation and a call for protection for investors. Read “SEC and DOJ file first ever crypto insider trading cases: A...

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14 Firm Lawyers Selected to the 2022 Northern California Super Lawyers and Rising Stars List

Murphy, Pearson, Bradley & Feeney is pleased to announce that 14 attorneys have been selected to the Northern California Super Lawyers and Rising Stars List. Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business, is an annual publication that recognizes the top lawyers in Northern California via a patented multiphase selection process...

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