Law Offices of John D. Lychak, P.C. | Bethlehem, PA

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60 West Broad Street, Suite 98 Bethlehem, PA 18018

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Providing a variety of legal services for 28 years

Conveniently located in downtown Bethlehem, the Law Offices of John D. Lychak have been providing quality, affordable legal services for over 28 years. We provide personal attention to your case and will return all calls within 24 hours. Contact us today for more information about our services 610-865-1195.

Business law deals with legal matters which arise from, or any action taken by or against a business. Examples include the contractual relationships that arise between a business, employees, suppliers, manufacturers, and customers.

 

It may also include commercial transactions, such as promises or obligations to pay money among individuals, businesses, or lenders, which may be a secured transaction. Secured transactions are those in which a debtor gives a creditor an interest in their property as security for the obligation.

 

Corporate law deals with actions taken by or against separate legal entities called corporations, but also may include Limited Liability Companies, Partnerships, Limited Liability Partnerships and other legal entities. This broad area of the law also includes formation of such entities, corporate governance, mergers, acquisitions, dissolutions, purchase or sale of corporate assets or stock, shareholder agreements and shareholder disputes. Examples of services offered in this area include:

Business and Corporate Law

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  • Negotiating and drafting contracts, including commercial leases

  • Counseling small businesses and startups

  • Incorporation or formation of legal entities such as limited liability companies, corporations, partnerships, sole proprietorships, or non-profit organizations

  • Corporate and business dissolution

  • Acquisition or sale of business

  • Litigation / arbitration of contractual or other business disputes

  • Collection of debts

  • Business “divorce”

  • Shareholder agreements

  • Bylaws

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Fees: Business formations are generally based on a flat fee. Other matters on an hourly basis except collection matters in which our fee is based on a percentage of what we recover.