General Business Counselor
over 40 years experience counseling large and small businesses, and
having started several businesses of his own, Mr. Larchuk enjoys the
opportunity to work with entrepreneurs as a key part of their management
Of course this includes the usual contract review, insurance evaluation,
corporate compliance, employment discrimination avoidance and the rest.
Mr. Larchuk also believes he needs to truly understand a business from
the inside out in order to provide reliable advice with a long term
This is why he does not accept a new
business client, nor charge a fee to one, until after a long initial
interview and tour of the business location. Sometimes Mr.
Larchuk is not the right lawyer for the job and if not he will help
the prospective client connect with another professional better
suited to the engagement.
When Mr. Larchuk does accept a
client he personally handles each issue rather than passing off the
responsibility to a less experienced associate. However, where
a particular issue requires expertise beyond Mr. Larchuk’s knowledge
he will bring in others on an as needed basis to cover that specific
matter. This is most often done in patent, bankruptcy, estate
planning, real estate and domestic relations situations. Where
such other specialists are brought in Mr. Larchuk serves as the
quarterback assuring the advice given is coordinated and effectively
communicated to the client.
Mr. Larchuk thus provides the
convenience, loyalty, and institutional memory advantages of an
inside general counsel but at a fraction of the cost.