Aerin C. Murphy joined Murphy, Campbell, Alliston & Quinn as an associate attorney... more
Aerin C. Murphy joined Murphy, Campbell, Alliston & Quinn as an associate attorney in 2014. Her practice focuses on representing public entities in matters involving power theft and damage to public property. She also defends public entity clients in personal injury and property damage cases. In addition, Ms. Murphy represents railway clients, particularly defense of Federal Employers’ Liabilit... view profile
Ms. Quinn represents private and public clients in a variety of employment related... more
Ms. Quinn represents private and public clients in a variety of employment related matters, including those involving allegations of wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment and retaliation. She handles leave of absence and reasonable accommodation issues under both state and federal law, and has experience with the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA). She... view profile
Doug Durham is a seasoned litigator and experienced insurance coverage counsel with... more
Doug Durham is a seasoned litigator and experienced insurance coverage counsel with a special emphasis on aviation, maritime and commercial litigation matters. Since 1996 Mr. Durham has represented aircraft owners, operators, aviation businesses and their insurers, litigating cases involving both rotary and fixed-wing aircraft manufacturers, service facilities, repair shops, charter operations... view profile
Transportation law applies to a large range of activities, including rules of the road, cargo weight restrictions, and regulations for hazardous waste, transportation, and mass transit–basically, anything that relates to moving people or goods from one place to another. Transportation law applies to all modes of transportation, including airplanes, trains, ships, and motor vehicles. If you plan on starting a limousine service or want to own a commercial trucking business or freight company, a transportation lawyer will help you navigate the industry's legal requirements.