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According to US Census data, over 23,000 new businesses were established in Pennsylvania and over 21,000 new businesses in New Jersey, just in 2016. Starting up a new business is the beginning of a dream of each person behind that business venture, and may well also be the beginning of the many challenges facing any business. Unfortunately, it is likely that many of those companies which opened for business did so without an attorney advising them or with only an attorney involved in preparing and filing the organizational documents for them.

Retaining an attorney to actually counsel you with regard to the many issues crucial to protect your company’s interests and operations is not only helpful but may be necessary for a company to operate successfully, even if it has the right ideas, business plans, and management in place. The attorneys at Leonard Sciolla have decades of experience representing businesses, whether the company is a sole proprietorship or one of many interrelated or affiliated companies. Clients of the firm have operated in a diverse blend of industries, including banking and financial services, computer and software licensing, publishing, healthcare services, construction, entertainment, restaurants, distributors, transportation, consumer products, and medical device manufacturing.

The attorneys at Leonard Sciolla are there to act as your “out-of-house” counsel, so you can focus on your business. We not only advise on formation and governance issues, but also assist companies with issues relating to ownership, financing, contract drafting, compliance, risk management, employment relations, commercial and secured transactions, acquisitions, real estate transactions, intellectual property protection, and bankruptcy/reorganization. The attorneys are there for your business venture to help avoid litigation but also to assist your company if and when litigation is necessary or unavoidable. We handle litigation matters involving collections, intellectual property, employment, breach of contract, or fraud. Basically all the legal advice your company might need.

If your company needs counsel, the lawyers at Leonard Sciolla can assist you. For help with business matters, call John Leonard, Paul Schultz, or Robert Atkins at (215) 567-1530 or (856) 273-6679 or contact them through our website at

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