Murphy Pearson Bradley & Feeney

SAN FRANCISCO, CA

Tel: 415-788-1900
Fax: 415-393-8087
88 Kearny Street, 10th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94108
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SACRAMENTO, CA

Tel: 916-565-0300
Fax: 916-565-1636
520 Capitol Mall, Suite 250
Sacramento, CA 95814
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LOS ANGELES, CA

Tel: 213-327-3500
Fax: 213-627-2445
550 South Hope Street, Suite 650
Los Angeles CA 90071
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SEATTLE, WA

Tel: 206-489-5113
Fax: 206-489-5101
1455 NW Leary Way, Suite 400
Seattle, WA 98107
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Murphy Pearson Bradley & Feeney is an accomplished law firm specializing in trial practice, litigation and business counseling. We thrive on challenge and take pride in a track record built on a vigorous, strategic approach to resolving complex cases. Small enough to provide personal attention to every client, yet large enough to fully staff complex cases, our firm focuses our practice on professional liability, product liability, catastrophic injuries, class actions/mass torts, intellectual property, white-collar defense, grand jury representation, internal corporate investigations, employment, taxation and business.

Our principled advocacy, combined with our exceptional legal knowledge and judgment, has produced successful outcomes in thousands of jury trials in state and federal courts across the nation.

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Latest News

  • Edward Beeby On January 10, 2018, the Daily Journal published in the New California Laws 2018 Supplement SB 813: Expanded Voluntary Disclosure Program by Edward Beeby. Senate Bill 813, sponsored by the California Franchise Tax Board, took effect on January 1, 2018. SB 813 expands California's Voluntary Disclosure Program and is predicted to lower tax revenue by $100,000 annually. Read the article here.
  • James Lassart James Lassart obtained a complete defense verdict in favor of his attorney and law firm client: Randy Montesano. Haney accused Montesano of legal malpractice, professional negligence, breach of contract, and infliction of emotional distress. Haney claimed that Montesano should have challenged the jury selection process but did not do so. Montesano demurred arguing that Haney filed two identical complaints and did not state the facts sufficient to constitute a cause of action for attorney malpractice. Haney's complaint also exceeded the relevant statute of limitations period and Montesano argued that Haney could not prove actual innocence or exoneration. Elements that must be met in order to prove legal malpractice occurred. Haney represented himself in the current action and the Honorable Harold E. Kahn of San Francisco Superior Court granted Montesano's demurrer and dismissed the entire action.
  • John H. Feeney Murphy, Pearson, Bradley & Feeney would like to wish Founding Shareholder John H. Feeney a wonderful retirement. We will miss John at the firm and are excited for his many adventures that retirement will bring him. We are proud to share his farewell message.
  • Elder Abuse Avoidance: Counseling Professionals, authored by Jeff Hsu and Angela Rho, was featured on page 11 of the Fall 2017 edition of the Professional Liability Defense Quarterly, Volume 9, Issue 4. Professional Liability Defense Quarterly is published by the Professional Liability Defense Federation (PLDF). Read the article here.
  • Tarah G. Powell-Chen Murphy Pearson Bradley & Feeney welcomes Tarah Powell-Chen as an Associate to the San Francisco office. Tarah recently passed the California bar exam and we are proud to welcome her to our family! Tarah's practice will focus primarily on professional liability, business litigation, employment law, and real estate. Congratulations and welcome Tarah!
  • Top Ten Ethical Blunders Made By Attorneys and How to Avoid Them. The Bar Association of San Francisco will host a panel discussion on November 15, 2017 from 12:00 – 1:15 p.m. An hour of MCLE Credits in Legal Ethics and lunch will be provided. Topics include:
    • Client engagement and termination
    • Litigation hazards
    • Social media pitfalls
    • Cyber security concerns
    • Pursuing unpaid fees
    • Vicarious liability
    Kendra L. Basner (Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP) will moderate a panel consisting of Alison P. Buchanan (Hoge, Fenton, Jones & Appel), Peter M. Roldan (Emergent, LLP) and Jason Fellner (Murphy Pearson Bradley & Feeney). Visit BASF for more information or to register for the event.
  • MPB&F would like to welcome Caitlin E. Ward to the firm's San Francisco office. Caitlin will work with Shareholders Aaron McClellan and Thomas "Tip" Mazzucco in their general litigation practice and with an emphasis on White Collar & Regulatory Defense. Welcome Caitlin!
  • Karen K. Stromeyer Karen Stromeyer attended the American Bar Association (ABA)'s National Legal Malpractice Conference in September. During that conference, Karen attended the panel discussion on "ransomware can happen to you". That course was summarized in an article authored by Karen, Ransomware Make You Wanna Cry? Protecting the Confidential Information of Your Practice and Your Clients from Cybercriminals. Read the article published by Bloomberg ABA/BNA here.
  • Peter Weber attended the American Bar Association (ABA)'s National Legal Malpractice Conference this past fall. During that conference, Peter attended the panel discussion Master Class in Attorney Mal Mediations: Select Topics. That course was summarized in an article authored by Peter, Mediating Legal Malpractice? Come Armed with Information, Panel Says. Read the article published by Bloomberg ABA/BNA here.
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