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John F. Murphy, Esq., Your Nationwide Whistleblower Lawyer

Each client is unique. John F. Murphy takes the time to understand the individual’s personal circumstances and objectives. He is dedicated and willing to make a long-term commitment to do whatever is necessary for each client’s case. He brings to each and every claim a constructive imagination as well as caring, personal treatment. As a seasoned trial attorney and negotiator, he takes pride in the value he adds through his skill, experience and responsiveness to every client’s needs. He enjoys a reputation for integrity, competence, efficiency and professionalism, and is seen within his profession as an attorney who consistently strives to achieve outstanding results for his clients.

  • Represented Whistleblower in construction claim against companies who inflated costs for work on the electrical power system for the high speed Acela Express on Amtrak from Washington, D.C. to Boston. The construction contractors paid the United States $24.75 million to settle the claims; the Whistleblower received $3,898,125 of the total recovery.
  • Represented Whistleblower who filed a claim for Medicare fraud against a company involved with the testing of pacemakers. The company used phony printouts and ordered its employees to eliminate thirty seconds of the ninety second test. The Government collected $11.5 million from the company, and the whistleblower received a reward of $1.62 million dollars.

Mr. Murphy is past President of the Federal Bar Association of Hartford County, Founder and first President of the Connecticut Defense Lawyers Association. He is the former Chairman of the Defense Research Institute in Connecticut from which he received the Citation for Exceptional Performance Citation. He served a four year term as the New England Representative to the Defense Research Institute and is a former member of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America and the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association. He has lectured on trial practice at the University of Connecticut Law School.