Filing a lien can be a daunting task, ensure it is done correctly and avoid loss of lien rights.
This topic will help streamline the process by providing insight, priorities, practice points and other considerations on private and public improvement liens. Learn when and where to file liens, contents of a lien and how to service a lien on an owner, contractor, or subcontractor. You will also be provided with an understanding of trust funds and trust fund beneficiaries.
Charles R. (Chip) Pierce, Jr., Esq.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP
- Partner in the Construction Practice at Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP
- Has counseled a wide range of construction industry clients, including owners, developers, construction managers, contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, architects, engineers, and designers in their business dealings and contractual relationships for over 30 years
- Represents real estate investors and property owners as they acquire, develop, and sell properties in New York City and Long Island
- A trained mediator and frequent lecturer on construction agreements and mechanic’s liens
- Fellow of the Construction Lawyers Society of America and a construction Super Lawyer in the New York Metro area
- Can be contacted at 212-216-1148 or [email protected]
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