Based in the firm’s State College Office, John Caleb Bee serves the diversified needs of landlords, municipalities, public authorities, testators, trustees, beneficiaries, property owners, various businesses and members of private enterprise, creditors and debtors, across a broad spectrum of transactional and civil litigation matters.
Prior to joining the firm, John served as a law clerk for the Clinton County Court of Common Pleas and, in that capacity, conducted substantial legal research and assisted in the formulation and drafting of Orders and Opinions addressing Pennsylvania and related federal law covering a broad range of subject matter, such as contract disputes, family and domestic issues, constitutional law, real property law, criminal law, and tort and negligence law. During his time in Clinton County, John also served as a hearing review officer, presiding over mental health commitment hearings under the Mental Health Procedures Act.
In addition to his broad-based civil and transactional litigation practice, John puts the skills he honed while clerking to good use as appellate counsel, having practiced before the Pennsylvania Superior Court and successfully defended appeals of multiple lower court determinations, in favor of his clients.
John subscribes to a simple theory that is applicable to the most complex matters, as well as the simplest; your matter is important and the client comes first.