Cost: Members: $95
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US: 3:00pm – 4:00pm ET
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Are you owed money in Wyoming? Jason Robinson can help. As a construction lawyer with over 20 years’ experience, he is familiar with the legal tools for getting you paid: contract, lien, and payment bond claims. He has successfully used these tools to collect millions of dollars for contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers.
In this webinar, Mr. Robinson will teach you how to create a strong contract for payment and the essentials for preserving, perfecting, and enforcing your lien and bond claim rights.
Jason Robinson, Esq.
Jason H. Robinson, a shareholder in the Salt Lake City, Utah, law firm of Babcock Scott & Babcock, P.C., practices construction law and litigation with an emphasis on debt collection through mechanic’s lien and payment bond claims. Admitted to practice law in the state and federal courts of Utah and Wyoming, Mr. Robinson has successfully represented clients in negotiations, mediations, arbitrations, hearings, trials, and appeals. Mr. Robinson has achieved an AV rating from the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory, and his peers have recognized his knowledge, skill, and experience in construction law by selecting him, for several years running, as a member of Utah Business magazine’s Utah Legal Elite and as a Super Lawyer in the Mountain States Super Lawyers magazine. Mr. Robinson is a past chairman of the Utah State Bar’s Construction Law Section. He currently serves as legal counsel to the Associated Builders and Contractors’ Utah chapter and sits on its executive committee. Mr. Robinson is a frequent author and contributor to construction publications and seminars, including NACM’s Manual of Credit Liens and Bonds and Business Credit magazine and NACM and ICEL (Intermountain Credit Education League) seminars.
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