Your contractor is behind on payments and when you go to collect you are blindsided by the news that they have problems with your work. What’s next?
Here comes the fight that you would prefer to avoid. The first step is to contact litigation counsel as soon as the relationship becomes hostile. Litigation counsel can be more effective earlier than later and could possibly avoid a drawn out complaint. The second step is to keep records and begin to gather supporting documents. In this video our speaker, Mark Henriques, reviews the role of legal counsel, litigation holds and termination options.
Mark P. Henriques
Womble Bond Dickinson
- Partner in the Charlotte office of Womble Bond Dickinson, your transatlantic firm close to home
- Practice emphasizes all aspects of e-discovery and business litigation
- Conducts regular seminars and workshops on contract drafting, e-discovery, litigation strategy, and managing legal spend
- J.D. and B.A. degree, Law Review and Order of the Coif, University of Virginia
- Can be contacted at [email protected] or on Twitter® @cltlawyer
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