Murphy & McGonigle Recognized in Four Areas in BTI Litigation Outlook

October 22, 2018 (New York, NY)

Four areas of specialty in Murphy & McGonigle’s litigation practice have been recognized in the 2019 BTI Litigation Outlook, an annual survey of top law firm litigation departments in the United States.

Murphy & McGonigle is noted for Securities and Finance Litigation; Complex Commercial Litigation; Complex Employment Litigation; and Everyday Commercial Litigation. BTI names Murphy & McGonigle to the Honor Roll in all four areas.

“We are proud to be recognized among the top law firms for litigation in so many areas in the BTI Outlook,” said Thomas J. McGonigle, co-founder and Executive Committee Member at Murphy & McGonigle. “We have benefited by the ability to attract accomplished litigators from the Department of Justice, as well as Wall Street institutions.”

BTI Litigation Outlook 2019 is compiled based on in-depth telephone interviews with leading legal decision makers. The research is independent.

Murphy & McGonigle attorneys have substantial experience representing corporations, financial institutions, accounting firms and their executives in securities and complex commercial litigation in state and federal courts throughout the United States. Another leading industry ranking said of Murphy & McGonigle’s litigation team, “They have done a great job assembling some great talent. They are also very good trial lawyers. They’re not settlers.” 

Murphy & McGonigle serves the litigation, enforcement defense, and regulatory counseling needs of clients across the full spectrum of the financial services industry – from national banks, broker-dealers, investment advisers, and hedge funds, to national and international securities markets and exchanges. Many of the firm’s partners formerly served in senior positions at the US Department of Justice, SEC, FINRA, CFTC, and the New York State Department of Financial Services, and several served in senior executive positions in major financial institutions on Wall Street.