- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Bankruptcy, Restructuring & Creditors' Rights
- Complex Business Litigation
- Energy Litigation
- Labor & Employment
- Crisis Management
|Contact Info||Telephone: 202.383.0635|
|University ||Brown University, A.B.|
|Law School||Vanderbilt University Law School, J.D. Order of the Coif|
|Admitted||1973, Georgia; 2001, District of Columbia|
|Born||Springfield, Illinois, August 31, 1948|
With a career that spans four decades, Rick Murphy helps clients develop legal strategies in complex commercial litigation. He represents organizations in various industries, including banking, telecommunications, transportation, oil and gas and nuclear energy.
Throughout his career, Rick has counseled creditors and other parties in interest in reorganization proceedings throughout the United States. In that capacity, he has appeared in Chapter 11 cases in federal bankruptcy courts in more than 15 states.
Rick is an advocate in domestic and international arbitration proceedings, including representing clients in arbitrations concerning remediation of radiological contamination in manufacturing facilities and interpretation of technology licensing agreements.
Rick serves as Partner in Charge of the firm's Washington Office. The senior litigator on Sutherland's Bankruptcy & Creditors' Rights team, Rick is also a member of Sutherland's Crisis Management and Complex Litigation team, which defends companies facing challenges on multiple fronts.
Sutherland advises and represents clients in energy trading company bankruptcies.
Resolved favorably a $700 million dispute with a Japanese manufacturer on behalf of a global energy company through ICC arbitration in Zurich.
Sutherland represents a national transportation company in matters concerning employment classification of individuals who pick-up, transport and deliver packages throughout the country.
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Counterparty Rights in Energy Bankruptcies
James M. Cain,Eric R. Fenichel,Catherine M. Krupka,David T. McIndoe,Richard G. Murphy, February 13, 2015
For the past several years, low interest rates and higher commodity prices have resulted in generally favorable financial conditions in the energy sector, keeping energy bankruptcy activity to a minimum. With the recent sharp decline of prices in numerous commodities and forecasts of higher...
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