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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

The Fine Print | Follow up

Here’s the resolution between Airbnb and the couple whose host crashed into their bedroom

By , Globe staff

The plight of Jaleesa Jackson and Chiedozie Uwandu was detailed in a Boston Globe column last month.

Sean Murphy | The Fine Print

A ‘Hamilton’ ticket mixup, and a $675 StubHub charge

By , Globe Staff

Rebecca Dowd, 17, came home from “Hamilton” last month glowing with excitement. It was a perfect evening, she gushed to her mother. Except that she almost missed it.

Sean P. Murphy | The Fine Print

Eighty-seven, and left by the side of the road by Uber

By , Globe Staff

She and her husband are both 87. But that didn’t stop the driver — in an action undisputed by either party— from asking them to leave his car in the middle of their journey home.

Sean P. Murphy | The Fine Print

SpotHero parking reservation is guaranteed — except when it’s not

By , Globe Staff

SpotHero’s CEO defended the company’s decision to renege on a patron’s $10 parking spot near Fenway Park after the Red Sox made the playoffs.