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When: Thursday February 18, 2016 from 8:45 AM to 12:00 PM PDT

Where: Dealey, Renton & Associates Office
              530 Water Street, 7th Floor
              Oakland, CA 94607

Worried about owners and other clients who seem to search for reasons not to pay you? What can you do if your client refuses to pay?

Learn how a design professional’s lien or a mechanic’s lien can be used as a tool to gain leverage against a client and get you paid.
Learn from experts about other fee collection tools and strategies, including those that start with the contract – your right to suspend services, ownership of documents and withholding the right to use your instruments of service. 

Speakers: Jennifer Suzuki, Esq., Long & Levit, LLP Robert J. Buccieri, Esq., Long & Levit, LLP 

Recommended Audience: Principals, CFO's, Business Managers and those with contract and risk management responsibilities

CE Credits:  AIA members qualify for 3 LU's

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Register by email : seminars@insdra.com

 
 

 

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