PR: E. Stewart Jones Hacker Murphy, LLP Recognized for Numerous Awards

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AUGUST 30, 2017 – TROY, NY – One of the most prestigious and trusted law firms in New York has received numerous awards for their outstanding performance and dedication to their clients. E. Stewart Jones Hacker Murphy, LLP – a premier law firm specializing in commercial litigation, criminal defense, property tax disputes and personal injury…

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Firm Attorneys Named to Exclusive List of Top Attorneys in Upstate NY

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  Stewart Jones and James E. Hacker, both partners in the law firm of E. Stewart Jones Hacker Murphy, each received lifetime achievement awards and have been designated as among the Top 100 Attorneys in Upstate New York by America’s Top 100 LLC (“America’s Top 100”), a Santa Ana, California organization that recognizes the most…

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Retired US Magistrate Judge Treece Joins E. Stewart Jones Hacker Murphy

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Randy Treece

The Law Firm of E. Stewart Jones Hacker Murphy, LLP announced that retired United States Magistrate, Judge Randolph Treece, became of counsel to the firm as of April 15, 2016. Judge Treece was appointed on April 26, 2001 Magistrate Judge for the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York. After a…

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New bill to protect Hoosick Falls residents exposed to toxic chemicals

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A new bill from Capital Region state lawmakers would help protect Hoosick Falls residents who may seek legal action against Saint Gobain or Honeywell. This new bill would change the statute of limitations in cases when residents are exposed to toxic chemicals. The statute would actually begin when the resident is diagnosed with a disease rather…

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E. Stewart Jones discusses laws impacting Hoosick Falls residents

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E. Stewart Jones, Jr

WCNY Capitol Pressroom host, Susan Arbetter, analyzed concerns over statute of limitations laws that could affect Hoosick Falls residents with attorneys E. Stewart Jones, Jr. and Edward Gorman. The Capitol Pressroom is a daily one-hour radio program broadcast from the Legislative Correspondents Association Pressroom on the third floor of the State Capitol in Albany. The…

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Local lawmakers back bill to extend deadline for Hoosick Falls lawsuit

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Albany Times Union Story on Hoosick Falls water lawsuits

Hoosick Falls, NY resident lawsuit updates.   A set of Capital Region lawmakers on Wednesday introduced a bill that would set the deadlines by which those affected by environmental contamination would be able to file a lawsuit resulting from environmental contamination. While the measure — described in a justification memo as creating “a narrowly tailored legal…

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New York Real Estate Broker’s Liens FAQ

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New York Real Estate Broker’s Liens FAQ By John Harwick, Esq., featured by the Greater Capital Association of Realtors. What is a broker’s lien? When a licensed real estate broker obtains a tenant for a lease of commercial property, the broker is entitled to a commission. In cases where a broker’s client is reluctant to pay…

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E. Stewart Jones Hacker Murphy Law Firm Promotes Three to Partner

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One of Albany NY Capital Region's Most Respected Law Firms Since 1898

NEW APPOINTMENTS POSITION FIRM FOR GROWTH  TROY – The E. Stewart Jones Hacker Murphy Law Firm is proud to announce the promotion of three attorneys to the position of partner. Ryan M. Finn, Thomas J. Higgs and James C. Knox each boast successful careers spanning diverse areas of litigation. “This is an important piece of…

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Swearing-In Ceremony for ACBA, James E. Hacker, President-Elect

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The Albany County Bar Association (ACBA) will be holding its Annual Meeting and Swearing-In Ceremony at the Albany County Courthouse Today, January 12, 2016 at 5:30 PM. Daniel W. Coffey, partner at Bowitch & Coffey, LLC, will be sworn in as President. Coffey has been a member of the Association since the early 1990s, holding…

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