SUCCESS IS BUILT ON 36+ YEARS OF NATIONAL EXPERIENCE, PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS, BUSINESS SENSE AND LEGAL KNOW HOW Getting paid should be the easiest part of the job – but all too often, it rarely goes as planned. When builders, contractors, … Read More
Contracts are for lawyers, or at least they should be. General Contractors, subcontractors, and just about everyone else involved in the construction industry is faced with more and more contracts every year. The more familiar you can be with how … Read More
What a year it has been! We gather the most pressing developments in construction and lien law nationwide so that you can stay informed.
Your Construction and Mechanic’s Lien Rights Matter Now More Than Ever! End your non-payment woes. Learn how to protect yourself and collect what you’re owed. Getting paid can be slow and difficult and the ongoing pandemic has greatly amplified this … Read More
What Is a Waiver of Lien Form? When a contractor, subcontractor, supplier or someone else associated with a construction project is unpaid for work performed, they have legal rights to file a lien to protect their interests. But when that … Read More
Federal court grants USA Fanter’s More Than $2M on Fraudulent Lien Claims for a Casino built in the Mariana Islands In September 2020, District Court Judge Ramona V. Mangloña granted an application for more than $2m in mechanic’s liens against owner … Read More
Many contracts in the construction industry include clauses relating to liquidated damages, a form of damages where the amount liable upon breach can be found in the contract itself. Liquidated damages are meant as a fair representation of losses in … Read More
Mechanics liens in the construction industry are commonplace. In short, they are the legal mechanism for subcontractors, suppliers, and other people and companies involved in a construction project to protect their right to get paid for work performed or materials … Read More