Jessica B. Coffield joined Murphy, Campbell, Alliston & Quinn as an associate... more
Jessica B. Coffield joined Murphy, Campbell, Alliston & Quinn as an associate attorney in 2014. Her practice focuses on general civil litigation with an emphasis on business, real estate, professional liability, and trust and probate litigation. Prior to joining Murphy Campbell, Ms. Coffield practiced commercial litigation at a large firm in Irvine, focusing on real estate and banking litigat... view profile
Mr. Roundy spent six years in the securities and financial industries as an... more
Mr. Roundy spent six years in the securities and financial industries as an investment analyst and accountant. He worked for such diverse companies as private equity firms and hedge funds to private mortgage lenders and AM100 law firms. In his financial career, he worked on large scale financial transactions and consulted on such diverse areas as Federal and California income taxation, transact... view profile
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