Note: After this article was published, McMurray’s attorney, Victor Sapphire, of counsel at Novak Druce Connolly Bove & Quigg in Los Angeles, issued this statement: "Mr. McMurray is a prominent attorney. He has decades of demonstrated excellence before the bar. The injunction is grossly overbroad and unlawful and it prohibits our client from stating he was a partner and owner of the L.A. office. It could be interpreted as seeking to prevent him from referring to truthful facts on his resume."
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