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Saratoga Commercial Litigation Lawyers

Saratoga Commercial Litigation Lawyers 

Recognized Business Dispute Attorneys Serving Saratoga County  

E. Stewart Jones Hacker Murphy LLP is a leading law firm known for its keen handling of a wide range of commercial litigation matters. Our firm offers an extensive range of business dispute resolution services. We handle cases involving federal and state statutes, contract law, and general business law. Our team of skilled lawyers regularly advocates for clients embroiled in partnership conflicts, shareholder disagreements, breach of contract claims, and other business-related disputes. 

With a wealth of experience in state and federal trials, as well as AAA arbitration, our attorneys have successfully represented individuals and Fortune 500 companies across various business disputes. Recognized across the Capital District, Upstate New York, and beyond, E. Stewart Jones Hacker Murphy LLP provides formidable representation in business and commercial litigation. Regardless of the nature of your dispute, our Saratoga commercial litigation lawyers will fight to defend your rights and safeguard your interests. 

Get started with E. Stewart Jones Hacker Murphy today at  (518) 284-3183!

Commercial Litigation Services We Offer 

No matter the type of disagreement, our Saratoga commercial litigation attorneys have the knowledge and experience to guide you through the challenges of a commercial litigation case. Our commercial litigation group is grounded in real estate law, corporate law, and property tax law, providing both effective courtroom representation and efficient dispute resolution. 

Our seasoned legal team brings considerable experience in mediating, negotiating, settling, and litigating diverse legal matters, including: 

  • Business Litigation 
  • Contractual Disputes 
  • Business Dissolution and Shareholder Conflicts 
  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty Claims 
  • Non-Compete Litigation 
  • Construction Litigation
  • Payment Disputes / Creditor’s Rights
  • Commercial Real Estate Disputes
  • Partition Actions
  • Real Estate Transactions Issues 
  • Title and Boundary Disputes
  • Commercial Evictions
  • Commercial Foreclosure and Mechanic’s Liens
  • Zoning and Land Use Litigation
  • Adverse Possession Claims
  • Eminent Domain/Condemnation 
  • Property Tax Reduction and Abatement (Tax Certiorari)  

In the dynamic world of business, disputes are inevitable. We take pride in representing corporations, LLCs, developers, construction firms, and other parties in commercial litigation cases. 

Over a Century of Legal Leadership  

Our firm's reputation for excellence is built upon our record of accomplishment in trial and appellate practices. Senior Partner James Hacker, a recognized authority in commercial litigation, has been consistently listed in Best Lawyers in America since 2009. 

Managing Partner James E. Hacker earned the title "Lawyer of the Year" in "Bet-the-Company" litigation by Best Lawyers. Our team includes "Super Lawyers" in commercial litigation and attorneys with the highest "AV" rating from Martindale Hubble. 

Managing Attorney Jim Hacker, along with partners Thomas J. Higgs and John F. Harwick, spearhead our esteemed commercial litigation division. They have led trials in commercial cases involving substantial settlements and property disputes. Partner Pat Seely also represents clients in tax certiorari, eminent domain, and condemnation matters. 

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  • If I hire an attorney but do not want to go to trial, can I settle?
    In the course of preparing a case for trial, your personal injury attorney will work with the defense attorneys and insurance companies in an effort to secure a fair settlement for you and your family. The final decision to accept an offer of settlement or go to trial is yours alone to make.
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    1. Do not discuss your situation with anyone except your attorney.

    2. Unless your attorney says otherwise, do not discuss your case with law enforcement.

    3. Request to have your attorney present if you are to be put in a lineup or subjected to testing.

    4. Remain calm and courteous. Allow your attorney to speak for you to ensure that your rights are protected and you are given all the benefits afforded to you under the law.
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  • What is the difference between criminal procedure and civil procedure?
    When a crime has been committed, action is taken by a government agency against the person, persons, organization or other entity that violated the law. The first purpose of a criminal prosecution is punishment, which frequently consists of a fine or jail time. In a civil matter, the dispute is between two or more individuals or entities. The first purpose of a civil prosecution is obtaining compensation for the wronged person or entity. Settlement in a civil matter is generally an award of a money judgment. A criminal sentence is not imposed in a civil matter.
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