Maximize Payment Security with Essential Lien Law Training for Construction Professionals
The course focuses on four essential forms a contractor must understand in order to secure payment for work: Preliminary Notice; Mechanic’s Lien; Stop Notice Claim; and Payment Bond Claim.
Unlock the keys to securing payments in the construction industry with the exclusive “Payment Enforcement: Lien Law” training presented by AGC of California in collaboration with Anna M. Carno, President of Carno Law Group. This value-packed course is designed specifically for contractors eager to cement their understanding of four crucial forms: Preliminary Notice, Mechanic’s Lien, Stop Notice Claim, and Payment Bond Claim. With the mantra, “Show Me the Money”, this training offers practical insights into leveraging these forms effectively for both Public Works and Private Works projects.
What’s In Store for You:
- Gain an in-depth understanding of each form, ensuring you’re well-equipped to secure payment for your hard work.
- Receive hands-on guidance with sample forms and learn the art of filling them out correctly.
- Engage in an enlightening Q&A session.
- Acquire actionable strategies for collecting all sums due if you’ve missed leveraging payment rights and discover the penalties you’re entitled to in case of delayed payment.
Don’t miss this opportunity to streamline your payment process and enforce your rights as a construction professional. With insights from a legal expert and the backing of AGC of California, this compact yet comprehensive training is an investment in your financial security.
Register today to ensure you’re on the fast track to mastering payment enforcement in the construction sector.
About the Instructors
Anna M. Carno is President of Carno Law Group, a Professional Law Corporation. Ms. Carno is an experienced and accomplished litigator and a leading transactional attorney. For over 25 years her practice has focused on representing those in the construction industry – both in terms of litigation and transactional matters. She has represented the legal interests of general contractors, developers, specialty subcontractors, engineering firms, design professionals, defense contractors, equipment rental companies, trucking companies, and various materialmen and suppliers.