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Avoid the Pitfalls of Varying State Lien Laws (CCL630C)

  • Product Format
    Pre Recorded Audio Conference
  • Presenter(s)
    Lee A. Peindl
  • Conference Date
    Thu, August 8, 2013
  • Length
    60 minutes

Protect your rights to payment and follow proper claim procedures

Register now for this 60-minute audio session in which our expert speaker, Lee A. Peindl will familiarize you with the varieties of state lien laws—and their key differences.

Knowing the lien laws in your home state won’t get you very far—or necessarily get you paid—if you’ve crossed borders for a job. Because construction projects so often take place far from company headquarters, you need to protect your rights under multiple state laws. Lien laws and procedures present a particular challenge because they can vary widely from state to state.

In this program, you will learn:

  • What your automatic lien rights are
  • What liens look like in each state
  • When liens entitle one to full payment
  • When your lien rights can be waived or prejudiced by someone else
  • Whether preliminary notices are required
  • Whether bond claims can be accompanied by liens

This presentation is appropriate for attorneys and all professionals engaged in construction contracting—including contractors and subs, suppliers, project managers, credit managers, superintendents, lenders and CFOs.

After attending this audio event, you will be better prepared to collect a higher percentage of outstanding accounts receivable, ask the right questions when pursuing a claim, review a contract to avoid traps, preserve your rights to payment and protect lien and bond claims, and leverage legal remedies.


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About the Presenter(s)


Lee A. PeindlLee A. Peindl is Of Counsel to Carroll & Carroll, P.L.L.C. in their Charlotte office. Mr. Peindl handles matters in the areas of commercial construction litigation and commercial construction contracts...More Info

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