Webinar – Protecting Your Contract Receivables – PA Mechanics Lien Law and Payment Bond Claims
McKonly & Asbury is pleased to announce our next webinar entitled “Protecting Your Contract Receivables – PA Mechanics Lien Law and Payment Bond Claims.” This webinar will take place on Thursday, November 9th, 2017.
Get up to speed on the recent changes in the PA Mechanics Lien Law and hear an important discussion on how you can best protect your rights to payment. This webinar will also cover some guidelines on asserting payment bond claims, and pointers on how to best exercise contractual and statutory remedies promptly so as not to endanger receivables. Finally, the session will cover details on how to evaluate at-risk receivables subject to each of the noted remedies and how to accurately and properly evaluate the financial reporting for such items.
During this webinar, attendees can expect to learn about the following:
- An understanding of the game changing changes in the PA Mechanics Lien Law.
- Tips, techniques and tricks on how to effectively exercise contractual and statutory remedies promptly so you can convert receivables into payments.
- Guidelines and considerations on how to evaluate collect-ability of receivables subject to payment bond claims and lien rights for financial reporting purposes.
Thursday, November 9 at 2 PM EST
This free, one hour-long webinar will take place on Thursday, November 9th at 2:00 p.m. EST. One “Other” CPE credit is available for this one hour-long webinar. The level for this CPE is Basic and the prerequisite is a basic understanding of construction contracts / sub-contracts and payment arrangements. This program is a live webinar which offers you the opportunity to ask questions and interact with the presenters.
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