Debt Collection 101: Trends and Best Practices [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Have money owed to you by your customers? Who doesn’t? Managing one’s accounts receivable has become harder and harder as the bad economy has affected everyone. It is interesting to see how others are handling their debt collection and the construction law experts at TheLienZone.com have created an infographic illustrating just that as well as what you can do to …

Alexander BarthetDebt Collection 101: Trends and Best Practices [INFOGRAPHIC]

Lien Law Seminar: “How To Get Paid on a Construction Project” [EVENT]

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On Thursday, March 27th, from 8a to 10a, Alex Barthet will explain how you can better your chances of getting paid on a construction project. You will be provided with an overview of Florida’s Construction Lien Law and those key contract provisions related to payment and limitation of liability. This is a lively and interactive seminar which places an emphasis on the …

Alexander BarthetLien Law Seminar: “How To Get Paid on a Construction Project” [EVENT]

Too Little, Too Late: Importance of Timely Notice

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A sprinkler contractor submitted its final pay application through a sworn statement, noting that no additional work was required on the project and that one hundred percent of its work was completed.  Ninety four days later when it wasn’t paid, it served its Notice of Non-Payment with the project surety.  In the lawsuit that followed, the surety moved for summary …

Alexander BarthetToo Little, Too Late: Importance of Timely Notice

With Or Without Notice: Obtaining a Replevin Writ Prior to Final Judgment

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Nothing is more frustrating to a creditor than being told that despite holding all the right documents on a defaulted obligation, it cant immediately take back the personal property which collateralizes or otherwise forms the basis of a prior transaction.

Alexander BarthetWith Or Without Notice: Obtaining a Replevin Writ Prior to Final Judgment