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Baltimore Business Journal: Tenants of downtown’s Munsey Building file suit over maintenance woes


Billy Murphy, Hassan Murphy Comment on DOJ Decision to Not Federally Charge Officers Accused in Death of Freddie Gray

Murphy, Falcon & Murphy Founder and Senior Partner Judge William H. “Billy” Murphy, Jr., along with Partner Hassan Murphy, recently shared their insight on the Justice Department’s decision to not pursue federal charges against the six police officers implicated in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray, a young black man whose 2015 death in… read more


Judge Murphy Featured on Good Morning Washington to Discuss Charlottesville

Judge William H. “Billy” Murphy, Jr. was featured onGood Morning Washington to discuss the aftermath and implications of the white nationalist rally and subsequent violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. White nationalists took to the city streets with torches the night of Friday, August 11th, apparently in protest to a February City Council decision that would remove… read more


Murphy, Falcon & Murphy and Schochor, Federico & Staton File Class Action Lawsuit in Baltimore School Bus Tragedy

Our legal team at Murphy, Falcon & Murphy, together with the law firm of Schochor, Federico & Station, has filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of victims who suffered damages in a tragic Baltimore school bus crash in November of 2016. The November tragedy involved a horrific incident that took place when an AA… read more


Dr. Bryan S. Williams, Kaiser Physician Accused of Sexual Assault

The Allegations Against Dr. Williams Dr. Bryan S. Williams, formerly a Kaiser employed pain management physician, has been accused of inappropriately touching multiple female patients under the guise of a physical examination. Multiple women have come forward to report that they have suffered psychological and emotional injuries including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a result… read more


Four Dead, Seven Critically Injured in Tragic Bus and Train Collision in Mississippi

A Texas-based charter bus carrying senior citizens on a casino outing was struck by a freight train in Biloxi, Mississippi. Four people were killed and seven were critically injured. The bus was headed north on Main Street when it got stuck crossing the train tracks in Biloxi, where the eastbound CSX train eventually collided into… read more


36 Killed in Oakland Warehouse Fire

According to rescue workers at the scene, at least 36 people were killed when a fire broke out Friday night in Oakland, California at a warehouse known as the “Ghost Ship.” The warehouse, which has long been the subject of many complaints because of its illegal construction and unsafe conditions, was home to a couple… read more


Attorney Nick Szokoly Appointed Co-Chair of 2016 HB National Lead Litigation Conference

Murphy, Falcon & Murphy is proud to announce that Partner Nick Szokoly was appointed as co-chair of this year’s HB National Lead Litigation Conference. This is the nation’s longest running national conference on lead litigation and Nick has been an invited speaker each year since 2011. In addition to serving as co-chair this year, Nick… read more


William Murphy, Jr. Featured in NBC’s “Baltimore: ChangeMakers”

NBC News has featured Murphy, Falcon & Murphy’s own William “Billy” Murphy, Jr. in their “Baltimore: ChangeMakers” series. The series is intended to introduce readers to “some of the individuals who are engaging youth, seeking to improve their neighborhoods block by block, and demanding that their voices be heard in corridors of power.” Murphy, Jr…. read more


$6.4 Million Settlement Approved in Freddie Gray Case

At a press conference on Wednesday, September 9th, 2015, Billy Murphy, attorney for the family of Freddie Gray, announced a $6.4 million settlement in the family’s wrongful death case against the City of Baltimore. In addition to the financial settlement, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake pledged to implement body cameras for all of the city’s police… read more