About Meaghan Murphy
Meaghan Murphy, an associate with Meland Russin & Budwick, focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation and bankruptcy matters, including representation of bankruptcy trustees and creditors in a variety of Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 proceedings. Meaghan also provides due diligence review assistance for investor clients purchasing distressed loans, and provides necessary litigation representation following purchase.
Prior to joining the firm, Meaghan represented some of the nation’s largest lenders in various commercial litigation matters, including commercial foreclosure actions. Meaghan also has experience in insurance litigation, both on behalf of first-party plaintiffs with property damage claims, as well as in defending insurance companies in third-party bodily injury and first-party property damage matters.
Meaghan is committed to providing pro bono representation and giving back to the community. While in law school at the University of Miami, Meaghan worked as a legal intern for the Bankruptcy Assistance Clinic, where she assisted in representing pro bono clients throughout all phases of bankruptcy. She also served as supervising fellow for the Health & Elder Law Clinic, where she helped represent indigent individuals with major health issues, primarily HIV and AIDS, with immigration, Social Security, and public benefits matters. Since joining the firm, Meaghan has also provided pro bono foreclosure defense representation to individuals in residential foreclosure proceedings.