Q&A With Sean M. Murphy

, New York Law Journal

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The first case on which Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy partner Sean Murphy was assigned right out of law school in the mid-1990s was in the somewhat unique securities litigation world created by the Investment Company Act of 1940. The beginnings were auspicious, as Murphy has become a leading litigator in the area, helping to make Milbank arguably the top firm to handle investor suits against investment advisers under the even more specific Section 36, which governs fiduciary duties.

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