Bridge-the-Gap: Professional Practice for Newly Admitted Attorneys 2018

Practising Law Institute (PLI)

Speaking Engagement | August.03.2018 | 9:00am - 4:45pm (Eastern Daylight Time)

PLI New York Center (Webcast available)

What You Will Learn  

  • Recent developments in financial regulation and implications for legal practice
  • How to address common employment law scenarios
  • The scope of privacy statutes in the U.S. and abroad
  • A practical framework for internal investigations
  • Protecting copyright and trademarks in a social media landscape
  • Fundamentals of Trusts and Estates practice

CLE Credits Available: Y



  • Government Investigations and Enforcement Actions
  • Financial Services Litigation
  • Trials
  • White Collar, Investigations, Securities Litigation & Compliance
  • Securities Litigation, Class Actions and Shareholder Derivative Lawsuits

Ellen M. Murphy Partner Government Investigations and Enforcement Actions, Financial Services Litigation

New York

Ellen Murphy is a dedicated advocate and trusted advisor.

Her practice focuses on advising financial institutions, public and private companies, boards and executives in a variety of regulatory, criminal, internal and civil investigations and litigations. Ellen has significant experience litigating every aspect of civil and criminal cases and has extensive experience handling mediations and arbitrations.

For more than 18 years, Ellen has represented clients in connection with investigations by the Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, State Attorney General Offices, State District Attorney Offices and other regulatory agencies. She also conducts internal investigations on behalf of her clients and represents individual executives and employees in connection with those investigations. Ellen represents both individuals and corporations in securities class actions, shareholder derivative actions and pursuing and defending complex commercial matters. Her cases have involved allegations of securities fraud, accounting fraud, mail and wire fraud, insider trading, market manipulation, and spoofing.