This is the last installment of the webinar series with The Blue Book Network!
Liens give you leverage! So why should you ever let your hard-earned money go down the drain? You owe it to yourself and your business to understand what is expected of you to collect on your construction projects and know the fundamentals of a collections process.
Being proactive in creating a plan for your construction business can seem quite overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. The Cromeens Law Firm partnered with The Blue Book Network, powered by Dodge Construction Network, and is here to help with your collections’ strategy and set realistic goals for your construction company. You need an intentional and consistent collection strategy that must include all the steps required to have a valid lien. We will discuss how to trap funds and collect your retainage, reveal sham contracts, and share all the updates for Texas liens that you must understand.
Imagine all of the business opportunities that open up when you can secure the money you are owed. That’s what knowing what a lien is and what your lien rights do: the knowledge opens so many doors that may have been closed before.
Protecting your right to payment and protecting your bottom line is crucial as a business owner in the construction industry. Sign up today to learn everything you need to know, and never worry about collecting on your construction projects again!
The Cromeens Law Firm is partnering with The Blue Book Network powered by the Dodge Construction Network to bring you a 4-part legal series filled with topics that will help you run and build a better construction business. Join us as The Cromeens Law firm breaks down the most crucial things you must understand when running a construction business and what you need to be on the lookout for.
The four topics in the series are:
Contract Clarity – Understanding Your Construction Contract
Quit Getting Screwed – The Most Dangerous Contract Clauses
Employment Law Do’s and Don’ts
Get Paid on Time – Liens and Collections
Date And Time
Wed, May 18, 2022
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM CDT