Getting Paid and Protecting Your Interests in Today’s Construction Market

FREE LIVE WEBCAST

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN ARCHIVED AND
IS AVAILABLE ON DEMAND.

January 8, 2009

12:00 EST/ 9:00 PST

Ensure Your Recovery Amid Economic Turmoil!

Commercial construction is being negatively affected by the recession of 2008, which will no doubt impact the commercial market and compound the collapse of the residential market.  In these tumultuous times, a few vital issues are critical for survival:
  • How do you preserve your lien or bond rights, and will they help you if a developer or owner goes bankrupt?
  • Can the general contractor be liable to its subcontractors even if a developer goes under and the general contractor is never paid for the subcontractors’ work?
  • How can you protect yourself from the consequences of a defaulting subcontractor?

This extremely timely and informative session confronts the risks of the current economy and helps you protect yourself in the event that an owner/developer, general contractor, or subcontractor becomes insolvent or declares bankruptcy.

Your Presenters…

Neal J. Sweeney is a partner in the Construction & Infrastructure Projects Group of Kilpatrick StocktonLLP.

Timothy Pierce, K&L Gates

Program coverage includes:

LLCs – Pay-if-Paid Clauses – Lien Rights – Bond Rights – Defaulting Owners, Contractors, and Subcontractors – and much more!