Welcome to Murphy, Campbell, Alliston & Quinn, PLC. Our main office is strategically located in the capital of the State of California. We represent clients throughout California and beyond, with attorneys also licensed to practice law in Alaska, Washington, New York, Illinois, Texas, and Nevada. Our firm has received the highest possible rating of “A-V” from the preeminent attorney rating service of Martindale-Hubbell.
Murphy, Campbell, Alliston & Quinn enjoys a diverse practice spanning insurance coverage advice and litigation, civil appeals and writs, trial representation in such matters as real estate, construction, business disputes, contract disputes, professional liability, intellectual property and personal injury. We also provide business consultation, entity formation and estate planning services.
Our clients include developers, contractors, property owners and managers, public entities and joint powers authorities, insurance companies, professionals (doctors, lawyers, dentists, and brokers), individuals, small businesses and multi-national corporations.
We are committed to providing the highest quality and most effective representation possible, in an efficient and responsive manner. In all we do, we always keep our client’s overall interest paramount.
- Employers and Leave Laws October 27, 2014 - The amount of leave or accommodation employers must provide to pregnant employees is rapidly expanding as legislatures and courts at the federal, state and local level wrestle with how to accommodate working families. For example, the United States Supreme Court … Read More
- New Paid Sick Leave Law in California September 15, 2014 - On September 10, 2014, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law AB 1522, requiring a minimum of three paid sick days per year for employees who work 30 or more days in a calendar year. Under the law, workers may … Read More
- Uncertain No More: California’s limitation on survivor damages for pain and suffering held inapplicable to section 1983 claims where the constitutional violation causes death September 2, 2014 - California law does not allow survivors to recover damages for a decedent’s pain and suffering. (Code Civ. Proc., § 337.34.) Until just recently, how and whether this restriction on damages applied to civil rights claims brought under 42 U.S.C. § … Read More
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