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Saratoga Springs Business Law Attorneys

Saratoga Springs Business Attorneys

Business Law Cases

As a business owner, having experienced legal counsel can make a difference when it comes to the success of your enterprise. Disputes are complex, especially when litigation is needed, and you do not have time to handle legal issues when you are focused on the daily operation of your business. With vast experience representing businesses of all sizes, from large corporations to small family-owned start-ups, the Saratoga Springs business lawyers at E. Stewart Jones Hacker Murphy understand how important these cases are. We work diligently to get to know your unique situation and build a strong strategy to protect and fight for your best interests.

Learn more by calling our team at (518) 284-3183.

Our Approach

Business disputes are nuanced and complicated. A lot may be on the line when your business is at the center of litigation. After all, your business is intrinsically tied to your finances, and the finances of your employees, as well as your livelihood and your legacy.

By partnering with E. Stewart Jones Hacker Murphy, you benefit from our dedicated approach to business law. This includes:

  • We get to know your business. Getting to the root of your dispute requires a deep understanding of the facts of your case. We use this information to build a solid strategy to move forward.
  • We find the right resolution for your matter. Litigation may not be appropriate for every case. Our attorneys are well-versed in a variety of dispute resolution strategies, including negotiation, arbitration, alternative dispute resolution (ADR), and mediation. We will always prioritize the most cost-effective solution.
  • We offer tenacious advocacy. It is never a good idea to start with an adversarial stance, as an emotional approach can blind an attorney to the nuanced details of a case. We provide a calm, rational approach to every case we take on and will always prioritize the most amicable resolution. When an out-of-court settlement is not possible, our lawyers will fight for your rights and best interests.
  • We provide experienced advice. Attorneys James E. Hacker and David R. Murphy have represented corporate interests in property dispute cases that ended in multi-million-dollar settlements. With over 50 years of combined legal experience, Mr. Murphy and Mr. Hacker have built a strong reputation for results and are sought after for their experience and knowledge. They client-centered approach puts your business at the forefront of every step they take, and you can trust that your rights will be well protected.
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Have Questions?

We Have Answers!
  • 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.
    Contact us now to discuss your case with one of our experienced attorneys.
  • If arrested, what steps can I take on my behalf?

    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.
    Contact us now to discuss your case with one of our experienced attorneys.

  • 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.
    Contact us now to discuss your case with one of our experienced attorneys.