The American Subcontractor Association just released a video explaining its Legal Defense Fund, which is a fund established to support the association’s mission of protecting subcontractors’ interest. In a world where subcontractors are saddled with…Read More
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President Obama, along with 26 enterprises, this week announced the creation of SupplierPay (#SupplierPay), a “partnership with the private sector that will strengthen America’s small businesses by increasing their working capital.” See: White House…Read More
The Lien & Credit Journal periodically invites forward-thinking construction technology companies contribute to the publication with articles about technology in the construction industry and how the landscape is changing. This article is #2 in a series…Read More
In our 2013 year-end review article (Financial Risk, Credit Management, and Lien Law in 2013), we highlighted economic indicators and commentary that 2014 will be the year of the rebound. In preparation for the rebounding economy, it appears that business growth…Read More
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Zlien strives to be the leader in the construction credit management field. An important part of accomplishing this goal is to provide…Read More
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. This may be the mantra of 2013 as the United States economy is on a rebound, and the sudden healthiness in the construction market is taking many in the…Read More
Recent federal figures released by the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), and reported on by Roads & Bridges, indicate that January 2013 saw a significant increase in construction material prices.
Things are not looking better for February either according to Ken…Read More
A recently published Pennsylvania Superior Court case significantly changed how mechanics lien priority is determined between lien claimants and banks with an open-ended mortgage. The decision – Commerce Bank…Read More
Last week I wrote an article about how the “Miller Act Applies When Doing Work In The Nation’s Attic,” referring of course to…Read More
A construction company in Georgia got stiffed $175,000, and filed a Georgia mechanics lien for that amount. Then, they made a mistake that is a pretty difficult mistake to predict. They hired the wrong attorney.
Xavier Dicks was…Read More