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Pat Dunphy Featured In Greater Milwaukee Foundation Annual Report

September 6, 2016 |
Pat Dunphy, managing attorney at Cannon & Dunphy S.C. and founder of the Dunphy Family Fund, was recently mentioned in the Greater Milwaukee Foundation Annual Report. The report detailed the ways to help end homelessness by putting housing first. The Dunphy Family Fund consistently gives back to basic needs agencies. Mr. Dunphy is also...
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Cannon & Dunphy S.C. Sponsors Milwaukee Justice Center 5K

April 11, 2016 |
Cannon & Dunphy S.C. is a gold sponsor of the Sixth Annual Milwaukee Justice Center 5K Run for Justice. Join us at the event, which will take place at 7:00 P.M. on June 22, 2016 at Milwaukee’s Veteran’s Park. Participants will have a chance to enter into either a 1-mile walk course or a...
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Attorney Ed Robinson Obtains $1.8 Million Total Settlement in Natural Gas Explosion Case Following Appellate Victory

February 17, 2016 |
Attorney Ed Robinson, a partner at Cannon & Dunphy S.C., obtained a $1.8 million total recovery on behalf of a mother and her child who sustained significant burn injuries when their Milwaukee home exploded due to the underground migration of natural gas into their home from a broken gas main located under the street...
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Patrick O. Dunphy Appointed to Lawyers Committee of National Center for State Courts

November 9, 2015 |
Join us in congratulating Patrick O. Dunphy, co-founder of Cannon & Dunphy S.C., on his appointment to the Lawyers Committee of the National Center for State Courts (NCSC)! This prestigious honor is a testament to his skill as a lawyer and his commitment to improving justice for all people. As part of his new...
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