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North Carolina Lien Law Under Review Again

The North Carolina General Assembly appointed a committee in 2013 to study a specific element of North Carolina Lien Law. The Lien Law Review Committee was initially charged with studying the impact of modifying lien law regarding leased real property. Just recently, several other issues have popped up from industry groups interested in changing the North Carolina Lien Law again. One of these groups would like to have Potential Lien …Read More

Webinar: Top 10 Issues in Protecting Your Lien Rights in North Carolina

Thursday, December 5, 2013 from 3:00 to 3:45 p.m. Vann Attorneys Webinar: Top 10 Issues in Protecting Your Lien Rights in North Carolina Q&A on the impact of the new North Carolina lien law How is this impacting your business? What are you encountering as a construction supplier with the new North Carolina lien law? Submit your questions, experiences, challenges and success stories and we will address them during this fast-paced …Read More

Preferential Transfers in Bankruptcy: How to Minimize the Preference Risk

Creditors should be aware that there are contexts in which payment can be exacted from a debtor without fear that the transfer will be avoidable at some future date.

−Preferential Transfers in Bankruptcy: How to Minimize the Preference Risk

For suppliers of goods and services, nothing may be more unsettling than discovering that a customer has filed for bankruptcy. To add insult to injury, there is a risk that any recently received payment or settlement might be recaptured by the bankruptcy trustee as a preferential transfer or “preference.” The first thing to remember if you receive a letter from the bankruptcy trustee requesting money to be returned to the …Read More

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