Owed money? Tired of not being paid on time, or sometimes not at all? As a Material Supplier in the construction industry, most of your products are sold on credit. This can be a scary situation as Material Suppliers take an enormous amount of risk when supplying material on credit in the construction industry.
RSVP to our webinar today to learn everything you need to know about how to reduce that risk. Ieshia Dunmore will break down some of the most important key factors you must understand to best protect your business and make sure you are paid for every outstanding invoice. Collecting what is yours is crucial to the livelihood of your business and the following will be addressed at this not to be missed webinar:
1. What should be in your credit application, and what information you need to get for every project.
2. How to write off less than 1% of your gross revenue.
3. How to create a consistent collection strategy.
4. Why you always need signed delivery tickets.
At The Cromeens Law Firm, we are your partners and want to help you run a successful business. Don’t work for free. Learn how to secure your right to payment. It’s just that simple!
About the speaker:
Ieshia Dunmore is an associate attorney with The Cromeens Law Firm, PLLC. She attended the University of Texas at San Antonio and obtained an undergraduate degree in political science with a minor in public speaking. She is a graduate of St. Mary’s School of Law and has been a practicing attorney in the State of Texas since 2012. Ieshia worked as a solo practitioner at The Dunmore Law Firm, PLLC, which had a primary focus on personal injury, family law, and general civil litigation. With this position, she typically represented parties who had been injured in auto accidents, slip-and-fall type accidents, and also parties seeking a divorce, child support, or child custody. She remained there until 2018 when she commenced practice at The Cromeens Law Firm, PLLC, where Ieshia now mainly represents contractors, subcontractors, and homeowners. These cases generally involve contract disputes, enforcement of mechanics liens, breaches of warranty, or construction defects. With the bulk of her experience as a trial litigator, with a focus on litigation strategy and case trial prep, Ieshia has successfully represented over 200 clients and first-chaired more than 15 non-jury cases and one jury case to judgment, and has also served as lead counsel in over 75 civil evidentiary hearings. Ieshia assures that she keeps clients regularly updated with the status of their cases, and gives them clear insight to their probabilities of success at each stage in litigation, which leads to lasting attorney-client relationships, referrals, and continued business.
Date And Time
Thu, May 13, 2021
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CDT