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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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  • A good read regarding filing tax returns and not missing the tax trap! Check out Mailing Late Tax Returns Or Payments A Tax Trap For The Unwary by Edward Beeby, Associate in MPB&F's San Francisco office with a LL.M in Taxation from New York University.
    Edward Beeby
  • Avoiding Malpractice Claims - A Primer for Both New and Seasoned Attorneys.
    Please join the Family Law Section of the San Mateo County Bar Association on Friday, October 27, 2017 from 12:00 - 1:30 p.m., for a presentation on avoiding malpractice claims by Jason E. Fellner and Caitlin T. DiMaggio. Jason and Caitlin's presentation on "Avoiding Malpractice Claims - A Primer for Both New and Seasoned Attorneys" will cover the following:
    • Common mistakes leading to legal malpractice claims
    • Steps for avoiding malpractice claims
    • Elements of a malpractice claim
    One hour of MCLE Credit will be provided for attendance. Please login on the SMCBA website for more information on the event or to register. The cost is $45 for section members and $55 for non-section members.
    Jason E. Fellner Caitlin DiMaggio
  • Andy Chen Welcome Andy Y. Chen to MPB&F's San Francisco office. Andy will work with Shareholder Janet Everson in her litigation practice with emphasis on Business Litigation and Professional Liability. Welcome Andy!
  • Smart Utilization of Demonstrative Exhibits at Trial. Interested in learning more about use of demonstratives at trial? Jason Fellner, Shareholder, and Caitlin DiMaggio, Associate, in Murphy Pearson Bradley & Feeney's San Francisco office will be hosting a CLE luncheon diving into the topic. The event will take place on Thursday October 26, 2017 from 12:00 - 1:15 p.m. at MPBF, 88 Kearny Street in downtown San Francisco. To register for the event, please contact Sarah Tetlow through the General Inquiries tab on the Contact page.

  • Murphy Pearson Bradley & Feeney was voted the Best Legal Malpractice Specialty in The Recorder's 2017 Reader's Best Survey for a EIGHTH consecutive year - Thank You!
  • Reminder: The Hartford insurance company became a founding sponsor of the U.S. Paralympic Movement in 1994. It takes tremendous training, dedication and financial backing to become a world-class athlete. The Hartford will host its' Fourth Annual Celebration of Heroes Auction and Raffle event on September 26, 2017. For more information on the event and donating to the U.S. Paralympic team, please visit Murphy Pearson Bradley & Feeney is a proud sponsor of this event.
    Hartford Insurance Company
  • Proposed Rule 1.4.1 - Communication of Settlement Offers. On September 8, 2017, the Daily Journal published Communication of Settlement Offers by Shareholder Jason E. Fellner and Law Clerk Tarah Powell-Chen. The article explores Proposed Rule 1.4.1. which narrows the types of settlement offers that a lawyer is required to promptly communicate to clients in a criminal matter and maintains the mandatory communication of all written settlement offers to the client in civil matters.
  • The San Francisco office of Murphy Pearson Bradley & Feeney would like to welcome Suzie Tagliere and Eddie Beeby. Suzie and Eddie are both associates who will mostly work with Shareholder Janet Everson and her team. Their primary practice areas will be professional liability and tax. Welcome Eddie & Suzie!
  • Tolling Legal Malpractice Statute of Limitations - The Uncertainty of "Continuous Representation". The Bar Association of San Francisco will host a panel discussion on October 12, 2017 from 12:00 - 1:15 p.m. An hour of MCLE Credits in Legal Ethics and lunch will be provided. The Legal Malpractice statute of limitations, C.C.P. section 340.6 protects attorneys from stale claims. However, by its terms, it is tolled by an attorney's "continuous representation" of the client. What constitutes continuous representation is not clear cut. This program will discuss the ways attorneys can maintain positive client relations, yet protect themselves from claims of never-ending representation. Jennifer Becker of Long & Levit will moderate a panel consisting of Mark Abelson of Campagnoli, Abelson & Campagnoli and Jason Fellner of Murphy Pearson Bradley & Feeney. Click here for more information or to register for the event.
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