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Sean P. Murphy

In 30 years at the Globe, Sean P. Murphy has worked as a general assignment reporter, an enterprise reporter, the federal court reporter, an investigative reporter, the casino and gambling reporter and, now, the consumer advocacy reporter. He is also a law school graduate and part-time journalism professor.

Latest stories

Sean P. Murphy | The Fine Print

After they decided they’d better call Sean: A look back at consumer problems solved in 2017

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The lights are still on in Keh-Jiann Pan’s office. Marjan Sadegh has a beautiful new deck on the back of her house. Denise Roney is on the road again after settling with the T.

Sean P. Murphy | The Fine Print

A leader in service? United falls short after the storm

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It was the day after the storm. Like thousands of others who’d had their travel plans upended, Linda Coyne spent all morning on the phone arguing with an airline.

Sean P. Murphy | The Fine Print

He was determined to get the ding fixed — without paying

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Niko Kovacevic got the $500 deductible on his auto insurance waived after his car door was dinged in a Boston parking garage.

Sean P. Murphy | The Fine Print

When ‘public’ buildings cease being fully public

By , Globe Staff

Under regulations that took effect Nov. 20, you need a driver’s license, passport, or state or college ID card to enter a 21-story tower next to the State House.