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Arthur P. Murphy

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Accident & Injury, Criminal, Employment, Business, Divorce & Family Law

Mr. Murphy’s legal career emphasizes management labor, corporate, and litigation matters. Selected in the publication of Best Lawyers in America, Mr... (more)

Alisia E. St. Florian

Special Education, Other

Andrew J. Waugh

Other, Government, Employment

Ann Margaret O'neill

Employee Rights, Employment

Brian Fox

Health Care, Employment

Bryan R. Le Blanc

Employee Rights, Education, Municipal

Clifford R. Rhodes

Litigation, Labor Law, Employment Discrimination, Employment

Cynthia L. Amara

Real Estate, Employment

David A. Deluca

Lawsuit & Dispute, International, Government

Donald L. Graham

Real Estate, Business

Edward F. Lenox

General Practice

Elizabeth Ranz

General Practice

Felicia Simone Cote

General Practice

Felicia S. Vasudevan

Lawsuit & Dispute, Estate, Employment

Geoffrey P. Wermuth

Lawsuit & Dispute, Government, Employment

James A. Toomey

Government, Employment, Business

John Robert Bateman

Real Estate, Lawsuit, Health Care Other, Estate

John Flynn

General Practice

John P. Flynn

Real Estate, Government, Environmental Law

Karis L. North

Landlord-Tenant, Immigration, Government Agencies, Employment Discrimination

Katherine A. Hesse

Employee Rights, Dispute Resolution, Litigation

Kathryn M. Murphy

Litigation, Employee Rights, Corporate, Contract

Kerry Maddox Regan

General Practice

Kevin F. Bresnahan

Other, Government, Employment

Kevin S. Freytag

General Practice

Kier Wachterhauser

Lawsuit & Dispute, Government, Employment

Matthew Lawrence Feeney

General Practice

Michael C. Lehane

Litigation, Dispute Resolution, Municipal, Labor Law

Michael Maccaro

Lawsuit & Dispute, Employment

Michelle M. M. De Oliveira

Lawsuit & Dispute, Immigration, Employment

Paul G. King

General Practice

Regina Williams Tate

Other, Employment

Robert S. Mangiaratti

Real Estate, Lawsuit & Dispute, Government

Sarah A. Catignani

Health Care, Government, Employment

Susan Rider

General Practice

Tami L. Fay

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Murphy, Hesse, Toomey & Lehane, LLP
300 Crown Colony Drive
Quincy, MA 02269
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Quincy, MA 02269

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