A mechanic’s lien can be the most effective tool in the contractor’s tool box when used effectively. Attend and learn:
- Who can file a lien?
- How do you file a lien?
- Different types of liens available to the construction industry (public vs. private)
- Costs of filing a lien
- When should you file a lien (and how long you have)?
- Pros and cons of filing a lien
- Different types of lien waivers
- Difference between lien and bond claims
- How to enforce a lien
- How to demand an itemization and respond to a demand
- How to demand an accounting and provide an accouting
- How to challenge a lien
- How to bond a lien
- What is a Lien Law trust diversion claim (and how do I avoid it)?
There will be time at the end for any questions the participants may have about liens or any other New York construction law topic.
The seminar will be led by Vincent T. Pallaci, the Managing Member of Kushnick Pallaci PLLC. Mr. Pallaci’s law practice focuses almost exclusively on construction law and he has given multiple seminars and written more than 100 articles on construction law topics including strategies for mitigating and avoiding loss and effective payment recovery options. He is a former Chairman of the Nassau County Bar Association’s Construction Law Committee, has been recognized as a “rising star” by Super Lawyers Magazine for the past six consecutive years and holds the highest possible AV Preeminent Rating from Martindale Hubble.
Click here to sign up for the Suffolk County seminar on May 16th at the Hilton Garden Inn, Islip/MacArthur Airport.
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