Murphy Law Firm Salutes NCLC’s 5oth Anniversary

National Consumer Law Center

This year marks the 50th Anniversary of the National Consumer Law Center (“NCLC”), a public interest law firm which provides many resources to civil legal aid and private attorneys representing American consumers harmed by unlawful business practices. The talented lawyers of the National Consumer Law Center provide policy analysis, advocacy, litigation, expert witness services, and… Read More »

Attorney Murphy Addresses NLADA On Auto Fraud

Attorney Murphy

Attorney Murphy provided a presentation on the topic of auto fraud to the Litigation and Advocacy Leaders Conference hosted by the National Legal Aid and Defender Association (“NLADA”) on July 15, 2018. NLADA is the primary training organization for legal aid offices in the United States. Attorney Murphy provided a “Primer on Auto Fraud” to… Read More »

Attorney Murphy Addresses Texas Bar on Auto Repossesion

Attorney Murphy

Attorney Murphy recently spoke at the 13th Annual Advanced Consumer and Commercial Law Course in Austin, Texas on the topic of “Top Five Things a Consumer Lawyer Should Know About Article 9.”   The presentation reviewed recent technological developments in automobile recovery by lenders and the corresponding increase in violence and abuse by recovery agents.  According… Read More »


Murphy Law

Since the introduction of I-Phones, Americans have enjoyed – some would say become addicted- to the ubiquitous game applications such as Bejeweled and Angry Birds. Such games have become extremely profitable for developers for both in game fees and advertising. Not surprising, game users have found that the businesses hosting such games have found ways… Read More »

Ocwen Sued For Mortgage Servicing Misconduct

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Earlier  this week, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) sued one of the country’s largest nonbank mortgage loan servicers, Ocwen Financial Corporation, and its subsidiaries for failing borrowers at every stage of the mortgage servicing process. The Bureau alleges that Ocwen’s years of widespread errors, shortcuts, and runarounds cost some borrowers money and others their… Read More »