• Experienced in Employment Law and Civil Litigation
• Defends businesses and public entities
Mr. Day’s legal practice is as diverse as his interests. He regularly represents public entities and private clients in personal injury, property damage, and employment matters. Mr. Day also defends railroad companies in personal injury actions, including those brought under the Federal Employers’ Liability Act (FELA). His work with public entities includes litigating claims for power theft and property damage as well as defending claims alleging dangerous conditions of public property under Government Code section 830, et seq. On the other end of the spectrum, Mr. Day works with members of the alcoholic beverage industry navigate the ever shifting waters of federal and state regulation.
Having received his J.D. and B.S. degrees from the University of California – Davis, Mr. Day is a proud double Aggie. During his undergraduate studies, he majored in Psychology with a Biology emphasis and minored in Neuroscience. For his final two years in law school, he clerked for Union Pacific Railroad’s in-house legal department where he drafted his first two successful dispositive motions.
Before joining Murphy, Campbell, Alliston & Quinn, Mr. Day represented Northern California defendants in employment litigation. He has argued and opposed numerous crucial motions resulting in favorable decisions. He is licensed to practice in California State courts as well as the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Northern Districts of California. He is a member of the Davis Inn of Court, Sacramento County Bar Association, and the National Association of Railroad Trial Counsel. In the beginning of 2018, he co-taught Sacramento State’s pilot brewing and distilling course. In that course he discussed the history, business, and law of brewing and distilling with 30 students.