Webinar: 2020 Lien Law Update

We reviewed and discussed North Carolina Lien Law and the impact of filing liens. We examined recent case law, clarifying how business owners can protect themselves with claims of lien. What’s the deadline for filing claims of lien? Do you have to involve your customer with filing a claim of lien? We addressed frequently asked questions. We also discussed how to optimize searching using the LiensNC database. This webinar is well suited for both beginners and professionals.

Webinar: Contract Terms Are Even More Important Now

Why are contract terms even more important now given the impact of COVID-19? What contract terms might allow for unintended circumstances? We look to see how contract terms and conditions may impact your business, real estate transactions, contracts for services and supplier chains. Every situation and contract is different. Thus, it is important to know if you have exposure and how to respond.

Webinar: Maximizing Finance Charges & Attorneys Fees in Civil Litigation

Finance charges and attorneys fees are important provisions in business contracts. Our clients frequently ask how to maximize finance charges and when attorneys fees are recoverable in civil litigation. This webinar will review how and when you can recover attorneys fees in business cases.

Video source missing

Webinar: When Should I Hire An Attorney To Help With Nonpayment From My Customer?

Late payment or nonpayment from customers can have a significant impact on your business. We often hear from our clients, “My customer is not paying us on time, what can we do?” “Our client is not community with us now, what should we do?” “When should we hire an attorney to help us correspond with our customer?” “How do I find the attorney that is right for our business?” Register for this fast-paced webinar, hosted by James Vann, as we discuss hiring an attorney to assist with late payment or nonpayment from your customer.

Webinar: Contract Law – Which Terms Really Apply?

When your business exchanges quote requests, quotes, purchase orders, and contracts with customers or clients, which document’s “terms & conditions” apply? Here’s a scenario we often see in business law: Your business works to establish a contract with a client or customer. Your customer sends in a request for a quote – that request includes terms & conditions. Your company then sends the customer a quote with terms & conditions. Your customer then sends in a purchase order with its own terms & conditions. Your company finally delivers a confirmation which includes its own terms & conditions. So which terms and conditions apply?! Join James Vann during this fast-paced webinar reviewing Terms and Conditions in business contracts. Join James Vann during this fast-paced webinar reviewing Terms and Conditions in business contracts.

Webinar: Accepting Checks & Other Forms of Payment From Your Customers

COMPLIMENTARY WEBINAR FOR OUR CLIENTS & GUESTS J.D. Hensarling Lindsey B. Revels Ian Richardson When a customer writes in the memo field, does that impact collection? What happens when a customer remits payment to another branch? Do you know what to do when a customer makes a payment for less than the full amount? How do you handle credit card …

Webinar: Preparing for Potential Litigation

Thursday, April 11, 2019 from 3:00 to 3:30 p.m

What should I have done? What should I do next? Join us for this fast-paced webinar discussing potential litigation for you and your business.