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Vote For Construction Lien Blog As Best Construction Blog

The good folks at are holding a Best Construction Blog Competition, and the Construction Lien Blog has been nominated. If you’re a fan of what we do here, we’d appreciate you visiting this page and casting your vote for us.  You can also vote for our friends the Construction Law Monitor and Construction Law […]

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Use Zlien To Stay Organized in 2010

Thanks to our friends over at Wolfe Law Group’s Construction Law Monitor for their blog post yesterday recommending the Zlien Lien Pilot to contractors looking to get organized in the new year.   Organization: A Secret to Managing Legal Messes discussed how good organization tools (and specifically web-based tools) can help contractors and others in the […]

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Construction Outlook Grim through 2010 – Staying Ahead of Accounts Receivables To Retain Its Importance

Ken Simonson, the chief economist for the Associated General Contractors of America, doesn’t have good news for the construction industry as the challenging year 2009 drags into its 3rd Quarter. According to Simonson, the commercial construction industry forecast remains grim “at least through 2010.” For contractors, suppliers, and other construction professionals throughout the nation, this […]

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Illinois Contemplating Amendment to Mechanics Lien Statute

It appears that the Illinois legislature is contemplating an amendment to its mechanic’s lien statute, as reported last week by the informative Illinois Construction Law Blog. According to that blog post, the guts of the amendment would require contractors (non-subs) to given written notice on owner-occupied single family residences prior to filing a lien. According […]

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