How can you be responsible for warranty claims if you did not have a warranty in your subcontract? If you knew working with an attorney would ensure that you and your business would be 100% protected, you would probably choose to always work with an attorney before starting a construction project right? Learn at the start of any new project to how to avoid expensive litigation costs and situations down the road where you are held liable. Most people in the construction industry are comfortable with warranting their work. It is a great first step of the construction process, but did you know that you could be liable for so much more than you even realize?
It is crucial that you do not go into a construction project blind! Knowing what provisions are included is essential to the success of a project! Join us at our free webinar where Karalynn Cromeens will break down the breach of express and implied warranties, the positive and negatives of warranties, detailed examples of everything you need to know to protect yourself on the frontend, and so much more.
About the speaker:
Karalynn Cromeens is the Owner and Managing Partner for The Cromeens Law Firm, PLLC, Karalynn holds more than 16 years of experience practicing construction, real estate, and business law. Karalynn graduated with a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in criminal justice from Carroll College, before attending the South Texas College of Law, where she received her Juris Doctorate (J.D.) degree in 2004. Thereafter, Karalynn was employed at the Law Office of J. Tomkins as an associate attorney. Within her professional career, Karalynn has successfully filed more than a thousand lawsuits to foreclose or remove mechanic’s liens, with several of those being tried to a jury. As the founder of the firm, Karalynn has grown The Cromeens Law Firm, PLLC, at a tremendous rate and serves as a mentor to several employees. With her extensive experience within the construction and real estate industries, Karalynn goes the extra mile, providing her clients with innovative legal strategies and services necessary to protect their rights.
*This webinar is focused on Construction Warranties in the state of Texas.
Date And Time
Wed, September 16, 2020
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CDT