Raymond E Murphy Jr Law Office

Certified Civil Trial Attorney  
20 N. Van Brunt Street - Suite 5 - Englewood, NJ 07631
Types of Cases

 

 

Business Litigation

 

Mr. Murphy focuses on economic and results driven business like resolution to commercial and business disputes. Other firms often approach cases in a way that results in extended litigation, leading to increased legal fees, increased litigation expenses and most importantly, distraction of energy and attention from your core business. Mr. Murphy's focus is on a comprehensive cost effective strategy from the start and open mindedness in using alternative dispute resolution techniques such as mediation and arbitration which often results in cost effective fair and business like resolution of cases at early stages. However, if the matter cannot be resolved in a business like manner, you want Raymond Murphy, an attorney with extensive courtroom and jury experience and certified by by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a Certified Civil Trial Attorney on your team. 

 

 

Securities, Stock Market Losses, Investment Advisor/Broker Negligence
 
Mr. Murphy has successfully handled arbitration claims on behalf of individual investors against brokerage companies, stock brokers and investment advisors for negligence in the managment of client funds.  If your investment accounts have significant losses or have significantly under performed the stock market, Mr. Murphy will evaluate your portfolio's performance in comparison to accepted financial industry standards and the appropriate stock market index or sector. Mr. Murphy's experience coupled with significant financial and stock market education enables him to understand the mechanics of the industry and properly evaluate your potential claim.  Most claims for negligence and mismanagment of client funds are not tried in the court system but instead are arbitrated through FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority).

 

Stay educated on your investment and retirement accounts and choose an honest financial advisor who has your interest first.

 

  • Contract disputes            

  • Securities arbitration

  • Employment cases

  • Real estate valuation disputes

  • Construction litigation

  • Contractor disputes

Business Litigation, Securities Market Losses & FINRA Arbitration

 

 

  • Broker negligence

  • Unsuitable investments

  • Over-concentration of securities

  • Failure to disclose information

  • Significant underperformance of investments