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  • NASBP 2019 Virtual Seminar Package

    Contains 193 Product(s)

    The Annual Subscription is the most economical and convenient way  to participate in the 2019 NASBP Virtual Seminars.

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    Registration for the 2019 Virtual Seminar Annual Subscriptions, is now open and available only to NASBP Members, Affiliates, and Associates. Still only $995–that’s nearly half off what you would pay if you bought each of the nearly two dozen Virtual Seminars individually.

    Again in 2019, NASBP is offering a Subordinate Subscription, available online to the enrolled member location(s) of an NASBP maximum dues-cap member and the branch location(s) of an affiliate member. In order for a Member or Affiliate to be eligible for the Subordinate Subscription, one enrolled member location must already have purchased the Virtual Seminar Annual Subscription at the $995 fee. Then when any (or each) enrolled member location goes to register, it will be charged only the $250 Subordinate Subscription fee (If you are not seeing the subordinate subscription rate, please contact Professional Development at prodev@nasbp.org and request a subordinate discount registration code).

    Note: NASBP member firms that are not maximum dues-cap members but have several dues-paying members in different locations are still eligible for the Annual and Subordinate Subscriptions but due to database restrictions, the transaction must be completed manually through NASBP staff.  One location must first purchase the Annual Subscription at the $995 rate (payable online with a credit card), and then the dues-paying member location(s) should email prodev@nasbp.org and request a subordinate discount registration code to register at the discounted rate online.

    Virtual Seminar Annual and Subordinate Subscriptions are Non-refundable, cannot be pro-rated, and must be purchased by April 30, 2019.

    All Annual and Subordinate Subscribers will:

    • Be registered automatically for all Virtual Seminars held in 2019;
    • Automatically have access to recordings of all Virtual Seminars held in 2019;
    • Automatically have access to the library of past Virtual Seminars on-demand throughout the year!

    Each purchased registration, whether an Annual or Subordinate or one-time purchase, grants access to one computer login/phone connection per physical location.

    Interested in registering 14+ locations, additional discounts are available, please contact Professional Development at prodev@nasbp.org.


  • How I Hacked a Construction Company

    Contains 3 Component(s) Includes a Live Event on 07/23/2019 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    During this presentation, David Anderson an information security consultant who simulates black hat hackers in order to assess the security posture of organizations. Anderson will outline a recent assessment where he hacked into a construction company and gained full access to all information. He will also review some of the key controls that could be implemented to help prevent or detect this kind of attack.

    During this presentation, David Anderson an information security consultant who simulates black hat hackers in order to assess the security posture of organizations. Anderson will outline a recent assessment where he hacked into a construction company and gained full access to all information. He will also review some of the key controls that could be implemented to help prevent or detect this kind of attack. 

     This important topic presents an exciting opportunity for you to host this NASBP Virtual Seminar for your construction clients or to share the information on how they too can register to participate in this live or recorded Virtual Seminar.

    David Anderson, OSCP

    Manager, Information Security, CliftonLarsonAllen LLP

    David Anderson is a manager and information security consultant with nine years of experience in the Information Technology field.  He has experience in networking, Linux, and managing a Microsoft Windows domain.  Currently, he performs, and provides project management for network penetration testing, vulnerability assessments, and social engineering engagements within a wide range of industries.

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    See your success with Old Republic Surety. Success can come from a ferocious appetite to win. Strength helps too. Choose a surety partner with the character to win. We write bid bonds, performance & payment bonds and maintenance bonds in all 50 states. Responsive, Reliable, Respected - Old Republic Surety.

  • Don’t Be Caught Off Guard: The Impact of the Trade War on Import Bond Sufficiency

    Contains 3 Component(s) Recorded On: 07/16/2019

    In the current trade environment, with the trade war that has been affecting more and more goods, surety companies writing customs import bonds are seeing more bond increases than ever before. This topic is more important than ever for surety bond producers and sureties to take a look at, as in last 12 months, U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) has issued over 10,000 import bond insufficiency letters, five times the average number of annual increases for the past 10 years. Presenter Colleen Clarke of Roanoke Insurance Group Inc. will provide insight on how to properly determine bond amounts and how to assist your importer clients in projecting the proper bond amount going forward.

    In the current trade environment, with the trade war that has been affecting more and more goods, surety companies writing customs import bonds are seeing more bond increases than ever before.  This topic is more important than ever for surety bond producers and sureties to take a look at, as in last 12 months, U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) has issued over 10,000 import bond insufficiency letters, five times the average number of annual increases for the past 10 years. Presenter Colleen Clarke of Roanoke Insurance Group Inc. will provide insight on how to properly determine bond amounts and how to assist your importer clients in projecting the proper bond amount going forward.

    Colleen Clarke

    Vice President, Surety Trade Relations & Business Development, Roanoke Insurance Group Inc.

    Colleen Clarke is Vice President, Surety, Roanoke Trade Services, Inc. She focuses on the review and analysis of CBP policy including new issues from the perspective of the surety underwriting group as well as the client services team. She manages the Roanoke Trade independent agent unit for U.S. Customs bonds. In 2008 Ms. Clarke was appointed to the 11th term of the Commercial Operations Advisory Committee (COAC) where she participates in several subcommittees. She serves as co-chair of the Surety Account Subcommittee within the Trade Support Network (TSN) and works closely with CBP as a representative on the Customs/Surety Executive Committee (C/SEC).

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    See your success with Old Republic Surety. Success can come from a ferocious appetite to win. Strength helps too. Choose a surety partner with the character to win. We write bid bonds, performance & payment bonds and maintenance bonds in all 50 states. Responsive, Reliable, Respected - Old Republic Surety.

  • In the Weeds: ESOPs for Construction Companies

    Contains 3 Component(s) Recorded On: 07/10/2019

    ESOPs can be an effective tool for exit planning, succession, and culture, if implemented properly and with the right company; and the current accounting for ESOP transactions is not necessarily intuitive. Both of these make ESOPS an important issue for all surety professionals. In this seminar we will explore the ESOPs effects on a company’s financial statements, resources and commitments, and discuss the following: what to ask and look out for when a company is considering an ESOP; good (and poor) candidates for ESOPs; benefits and challenges of an ESOP corporate structure; other commitments and changes that often accompany ESOP implementation; funding ESOP transaction debt, contributions and/or repurchasing obligations. The seminar will also include discussion of why construction companies with ESOPs can be attractive to bond producers and sureties.

    ESOPs can be an effective tool for exit planning, succession, and culture, if implemented properly and with the right company; and the current accounting for ESOP transactions is not necessarily intuitive. Both of these make ESOPS an important issue for all surety professionals. In this seminar we will explore the ESOPs effects on a company’s financial statements, resources and commitments, and discuss the following: what to ask and look out for when a company is considering an ESOP; good (and poor) candidates for ESOPs; benefits and challenges of an ESOP corporate structure; other commitments and changes that often accompany ESOP implementation; funding ESOP transaction debt, contributions and/or repurchasing obligations. The seminar will also include discussion of why construction companies with ESOPs can be attractive to bond producers and sureties.

     This important topic presents an exciting opportunity for you to host this NASBP Virtual Seminar for your construction clients or to share the information on how they too can register to participate in this live or recorded Virtual Seminar.

    Ben Lord

    Senior Manager at Albin, Randall & Bennett

    Ben Lord is a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional (CCIFP) and Senior Manager at Albin, Randall & Bennett (ARB). He specializes in providing financial accounting, income tax planning and business consulting services primarily to construction and real estate development entities. He also directs the Firm’s overall Employee Benefit Practice, with specialized expertise in 401(k) plans, ESOPs and executive deferred compensation plans.  

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    See your success with Old Republic Surety. Success can come from a ferocious appetite to win. Strength helps too. Choose a surety partner with the character to win. We write bid bonds, performance & payment bonds and maintenance bonds in all 50 states. Responsive, Reliable, Respected - Old Republic Surety.

  • Special Circumstances in Surety Bonding: Death, Disability, Divorce, Departure, and More

    Contains 3 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/25/2019

    For more than a decade, presenter Michael Zisa has represented sureties and contractors in all aspects of their businesses. In this time, he has encountered a number of unique bonding issues and circumstances – some are legal and some are practical, but all are important for bond producers and underwriters to be aware of and understand. Life events and family and business issues often intrude on and complicate the contract bonding process. During this 60-minute NASBP Virtual Seminar, Mr. Zisa will discuss and provide insight from his experiences regarding the following: termination of indemnity obligations, friends and family indemnitors, death of the principal’s owner, death of an indemnitor, legal actions against a principal, joint ventures and the false claims act.

    For more than a decade, presenter Michael Zisa has represented sureties and contractors in all aspects of their businesses. In this time, he has encountered a number of unique bonding issues and circumstances – some are legal and some are practical, but all are important for bond producers and underwriters to be aware of and understand.  Life events and family and business issues often intrude on and complicate the contract bonding process. During this 60-minute NASBP Virtual Seminar, Mr. Zisa will discuss and provide insight from his experiences regarding the following: termination of indemnity obligations, friends and family indemnitors, death of the principal’s owner, death of an indemnitor, legal actions against a principal, joint ventures and the false claims act.

    Michael Zisa

    Partner, Peckar & Abramson

    Michael Zisa is a partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Peckar & Abramson, P.C. where he focuses his practice on surety, construction, and government contracts law and chairs the Firm’s Surety practice group.  He represents sureties, general contractors, subcontractors and owners in all aspects of their business – from contract review and negotiation to contract administration and claim analysis and development to litigation in federal and state as well as various contract appeals boards and alternative dispute resolution forums.  Mr. Zisa regularly speaks and writes on surety and construction issues and is recognized by Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers in the areas of construction litigation, surety and government contracts.

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    See your success with Old Republic Surety. Success can come from a ferocious appetite to win. Strength helps too. Choose a surety partner with the character to win. We write bid bonds, performance & payment bonds and maintenance bonds in all 50 states. Responsive, Reliable, Respected - Old Republic Surety.

  • How the New Lease Accounting Guidance Will Affect Contractor’s Financial Statements

    Contains 3 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/04/2019

    After working on this this project for 8 years, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2016-02 in February 2016 in response to criticism of the existing guidance for not providing financial statement users enough information about an entity’s leasing activities. The most significant change resulting from the ASU is that lessees will be required to put nearly all leases on the balance sheet by recognizing a right-of-use asset and a lease liability. The initial panic response that followed issuance of the ASU over 3 years ago has subsided, and most folks have since forgotten about the new standard entirely. Implementation is finally upon us though. Public business entities are required to adopt the lease standard for annual reporting periods beginning after December 15, 2018, with all other entities adopting the following year. This seminar will provide a high-level overview of how financial statements will be affected by the new guidance, including the effect on various performance metrics.

    After working on this this project for 8 years, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2016-02 in February 2016 in response to criticism of the existing guidance for not providing financial statement users enough information about an entity’s leasing activities.  The most significant change resulting from the ASU is that lessees will be required to put nearly all leases on the balance sheet by recognizing a right-of-use asset and a lease liability.  The initial panic response that followed issuance of the ASU over 3 years ago has subsided, and most folks have since forgotten about the new standard entirely.  Implementation is finally upon us though.  Public business entities are required to adopt the lease standard for annual reporting periods beginning after December 15, 2018, with all other entities adopting the following year.  This seminar will provide a high-level overview of how financial statements will be affected by the new guidance, including the effect on various performance metrics.

    This evolving topic presents an exciting opportunity for you to host this NASBP Virtual Seminar for your construction clients or to share the information on how they too can register to participate in this live or recorded Virtual Seminar.

    David Jean

    Principal, Albin, Randall & Bennett

    David Jean is a principal at Albin, Randall & Bennett specializing primarily in financial accounting and consulting for construction, manufacturing and real estate development companies. He provides tax, accounting and management advisory services to contractors, manufacturers and developers throughout New England. Mr. Jean also serves as the Managing Partner of New England Funds Control, LLC (NEFC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of ARB. NEFC specializes in providing funds control services for sureties, contractors and banks.

    Gisèle Couturier

    Manager, Albin, Randall & Bennett

    Gisèle Couturier, is a manager at Albin, Randall & Bennett focused on providing accounting and auditing services to construction and other commercial entities, not-for-profit organizations, and financial institutions. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern Maine and a Master’s degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology.  Gisèle is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Maine Society of Certified Public Accountants. 

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    See your success with Old Republic Surety. Success can come from a ferocious appetite to win. Strength helps too. Choose a surety partner with the character to win. We write bid bonds, performance & payment bonds and maintenance bonds in all 50 states. Responsive, Reliable, Respected - Old Republic Surety.

  • P3s: Strategies for Risk Evaluation and Mitigation for Subcontractors and Their Bond Producers and Sureties

    Contains 3 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/21/2019

    Public Private Partnership projects are becoming more common in the USA, particularly for large and mega projects. P3s present subcontractors with new opportunities; and they also present significant new risks. This presentation will explore P3 projects from the perspective of the construction subcontractor and the subcontractor's bond producer and surety. The presentation will address some of the unique aspects of P3s as well as strategies to effectively identify and mitigate risk, such as the risk of inadequate payment protection.

    Public Private Partnership projects are becoming more common in the USA, particularly for large and mega projects.  P3s present subcontractors with new opportunities; and they also present significant new risks. This presentation will explore P3 projects from the perspective of the construction subcontractor and the subcontractor's bond producer and surety.  The presentation will address some of the unique aspects of P3s as well as strategies to effectively identify and mitigate risk, such as the risk of inadequate payment protection.

     

    Mary Jean Pethick

    SVP, Head of Surety Risk Solutions

    Mary Jean Pethick leads Zurich North America’s Surety Risk Solutions team of attorneys with responsibility for risk analysis, legal underwriting and training in coordination with the International, National Accounts, Middle Market, Canadian and Commercial Surety teams.  She is a graduate of Rutgers University, cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, and Georgetown University Law Center.  Before joining Zurich in 2012, she was an associate at the law firm of Wolff & Samson, and worked at Reliance Surety, Travelers Bond, and Arch Insurance providing legal advice to underwriters and handling complex surety claims.  As Senior Counsel in the American Insurance Association’s Law Department, she advocated for surety industry positions concerning legislative and regulatory matters in the federal arena and the fifty states.  She is a past Vice-Chair of the American Bar Association’s Fidelity & Surety Law Committee and currently serves as Zurich’s representative on the Surety and Fidelity Association of America’s Corporate Counsel Advisory Committee and Government Affairs Advisory Committee.  She has spoken at meetings of the American Bar Association’s Surety and Fidelity Law Committee, the Associated General Contractors of America, and other industry groups, as well as having written on various surety topics.

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    See your success with Old Republic Surety. Success can come from a ferocious appetite to win. Strength helps too. Choose a surety partner with the character to win. We write bid bonds, performance & payment bonds and maintenance bonds in all 50 states. Responsive, Reliable, Respected - Old Republic Surety.

  • Evolving Issues for Employers: Recent Developments in Cannabis Law and Form I-9 Immigration Compliance

    Contains 3 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/14/2019

    During this seminar, we will examine two evolving issues of which surety professionals and their construction and other clients, as employers, should be aware. Aaron Schlesinger, a partner in Peckar & Abramson’s Labor Relations and Employment Law Department, will discuss the constantly evolving employment law issues surrounding cannabis use for medical and recreational purposes. He will outline the interplay between federal and state laws regarding marijuana and explain how employers can both keep the workplace free of drug use and also avoid litigation over allegedly discriminatory behavior toward cannabis users. Michael Schewe, a member of Peckar & Abramson’s Labor & Employment Law Group, will discuss the substantial uptick in worksite investigations by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and the steps that employers can take to protect themselves from liability for Form I-9 processing and record keeping violations. Michael will include an overview of the Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) audit process, so employers can know what to expect when the government comes calling.

    During this seminar, we will examine two evolving issues of which surety professionals and their construction and other clients, as employers, should be aware.  Aaron Schlesinger, a partner in Peckar & Abramson’s Labor Relations and Employment Law Department, will discuss the constantly evolving employment law issues surrounding cannabis use for medical and recreational purposes.  He will outline the interplay between federal and state laws regarding marijuana and explain how employers can both keep the workplace free of drug use and also avoid litigation over allegedly discriminatory behavior toward cannabis users.  Michael Schewe, a member of Peckar & Abramson’s Labor & Employment Law Group, will discuss the substantial uptick in worksite investigations by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and the steps that employers can take to protect themselves from liability for Form I-9 processing and record keeping violations.  Michael will include an overview of the Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) audit process, so employers can know what to expect when the government comes calling.

    These evolving topics presents an exciting opportunity for you to host this NASBP Virtual Seminar for your construction and other clients or to share the information on how they too can register to participate in this live or recorded Virtual Seminar.

    Aaron Schlesinger

    Partner

    Aaron C. Schlesinger is a partner in Peckar & Abramson’s Labor Relations and Employment Law Department. Mr. Schlesinger represents and counsels employers on a national basis on a wide range of labor and employment issuesve issues.

    Mr. Schlesinger practices extensively before Federal and State Courts as well as Federal and State Agencies such as the National Labor Relations Board, the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the New York State Division of Human Rights, the New Jersey State Division on Civil Rights and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission.

    Mr. Schlesinger represents clients in a variety of industries which include construction, power and energy, health care, hotel and restaurant, property management, document imaging, retail, manufacturing, and health and beauty aids.

    Michael Schewe

    Senior Counsel

    As a member of Peckar & Abramson’s Labor & Employment Law Group, Michael Schewe regularly counsels businesses in New York and New Jersey on issues relating to labor and employment law compliance. An experienced litigator and trial attorney, Mr. Schewe frequently appears in state (NY/NJ) and federal (DNJ, EDNY, SDNY) courts, primarily in cases involving labor and employment law, but also regarding other types of complex and commercial litigation. 

    Mr. Schewe practices all aspects of immigration law, from corporate-business immigration and compliance to consular processing and removal defense. He regularly assists corporations ranging from multi-nationals to U.S.-based businesses with bringing talent to the United States. In this regard, Mr. Schewe regularly files for H-1B, TN, O, L, E and other nonimmigrant, employment-based visas as well as green card applications (i.e., EB-1, EB-2, PERM EB-3) on behalf of the employers and individuals he represents. In addition, he regularly counsels individuals on issues relating to asylum, cancellation of removal, nonimmigrant visas, family-based immigrant visas, and naturalization, among other topics. Given the intricacies and regulatory requirements surrounding immigration compliance, Mr. Schewe provides employers with I-9 training sessions, internal self-audits, and representation in the event of government audits.

    Mr. Schewe practices immigration law in all 50 states, and has clients in various countries around the globe.

    Mr. Schewe graduated from Marist College in 2006 and Seton Hall University School of Law in 2009. He holds an Honorary Degree from Peking University in Beijing, China.

    Mr. Schewe has been selected for inclusion in the 2015-2019 editions of New Jersey Super Lawyers - Rising Stars. A frequent author, he has written articles for the New Jersey Business and Industry Association, New Jersey Law Journal and Law Practice Magazine, among other sources.

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    See your success with Old Republic Surety. Success can come from a ferocious appetite to win. Strength helps too. Choose a surety partner with the character to win. We write bid bonds, performance & payment bonds and maintenance bonds in all 50 states. Responsive, Reliable, Respected - Old Republic Surety.

  • Surety in Oil & Gas – Managing Risk in a Changing World

    Contains 3 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/24/2019

    The oil and gas marketplace continues to evolve with a host of variables driving its transformation. During this Virtual Seminar, you will gain a better understanding of the various surety solutions that can be utilized by companies operating in this space. A flyover of the oil and gas commodity markets will serve as a backdrop to a closer look at each of the industry sectors and prominent areas of oil and gas activity in and around the United States. Additionally, details will be provided on the most common types of bonds for this industry as well as regulatory forces in play that could impact current and/or future bond requirements giving you the information you need to better anticipate and respond to your oil and gas customer’s needs.

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    The oil and gas marketplace continues to evolve with a host of variables driving its transformation. During this Virtual Seminar, you will gain a better understanding of the various surety solutions that can be utilized by companies operating in this space. A flyover of the oil and gas commodity markets will serve as a backdrop to a closer look at each of the industry sectors and prominent areas of oil and gas activity in and around the United States. Additionally, details will be provided on the most common types of bonds for this industry as well as regulatory forces in play that could impact current and/or future bond requirements giving you the information you need to better anticipate and respond to your oil and gas customer’s needs.

    Jared Scharton

    Managing Director, Commercial Surety

    Jared Scharton began his surety career in 2005 after graduating from Regis University in Denver, Colorado with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Communications. Located in the Travelers Denver office for his entire career, Jared has provided surety solutions and guidance to distribution partners in the industry-diverse and growing Denver marketplace. Jared has been a member of Travelers’ national team of underwriting experts focused on the oil and gas industry since 2013 and has served as the team leader since 2015. In addition to this role, Jared’s involvement as a Rocky Mountain Surety Association Legislative Committee member and prior panelist at the Interstate Oil & Gas Compact Commission national convention have offered opportunity to provide the surety industry’s perspective on a number of oil and gas related matters.  

    Andrew McPhaul

    Managing Director - Commercial Surety

    Andrew McPhaul started in the surety industry in 2005, after graduating from Texas Christian University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance.   Over the course of his 13-year surety career, Andrew spent several years in both Texas overseeing an energy-heavy portfolio as well as North Carolina managing a team focused on a broad array of commercial surety production. He is currently based out of Houston serving as Commercial Surety Managing Director of Travelers’ South Central Region and a vital contributor to the management of the Travelers oil and gas surety portfolio and strategy.  

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    See your success with Old Republic Surety. Success can come from a ferocious appetite to win. Strength helps too. Choose a surety partner with the character to win. We write bid bonds, performance & payment bonds and maintenance bonds in all 50 states. Responsive, Reliable, Respected - Old Republic Surety.

  • Mechanics’ Lien Discharge Bonds - The Substitutes of the Surety World

    Contains 3 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/09/2019

    Mechanics’ lien discharge bonds are the substitutes of the surety world. They substitute for a previously filed mechanics’ lien, providing relief to owners and contractors alike from the onerous procedures, rules, and remedies that such liens carry with them. They may also provide added time to negotiate a settlement by substituting their own statutes of limitations. While mechanics’ lien discharge bonds are not without their risks, they offer a satisfying alternative in that owners and other stakeholders can insulate their property interests from foreclosure, while contractors have a simpler alternative to recovery than foreclosure. During this virtual seminar, we will take a look a mechanics’ liens and mechanics’ lien discharge bonds. Our speaker Mike Pipkin a partner at the Dallas office of the law firm of Weinstein Radcliff Pipkin LLP, will review real-world examples and examine the risks, rewards, and alternatives to mechanics’ lien discharge bonds.

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    Mechanics’ lien discharge bonds are the substitutes of the surety world. They substitute for a previously filed mechanics’ lien, providing relief to owners and contractors alike from the onerous procedures, rules, and remedies that such liens carry with them. They may also provide added time to negotiate a settlement by substituting their own statutes of limitations. While mechanics’ lien discharge bonds are not without their risks, they offer a satisfying alternative in that owners and other stakeholders can insulate their property interests from foreclosure, while contractors have a simpler alternative to recovery than foreclosure. During this virtual seminar, we will take a look a mechanics’ liens and mechanics’ lien discharge bonds. Our speaker Mike Pipkin a partner at the Dallas office of the law firm of Weinstein Radcliff Pipkin LLP, will review real-world examples and examine the risks, rewards, and alternatives to mechanics’ lien discharge bonds.

    Mike Pipkin

    Partner, Weinstein Radcliff Pipkin LLP

    Mike F. Pipkin, Esq. is a partner in the Dallas office of the law firm of Weinstein Radcliff Pipkin LLP, where he provides construction counseling and litigation to sureties, private owners  and developers, contractors, subcontractors, and design professionals. He is a co-editor of Bond Default Manual, 4th Edition, published in May 2015 by the American Bar Association. He serves on the NASBP Attorney Advisory Council.

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    See your success with Old Republic Surety. Success can come from a ferocious appetite to win. Strength helps too. Choose a surety partner with the character to win. We write bid bonds, performance & payment bonds and maintenance bonds in all 50 states. Responsive, Reliable, Respected - Old Republic Surety.