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Live Webinar
January 31 at 1:00pm EST

The Basics of the Lien and Bond Claim Process

Worried about extending credit for construction projects? Unsure how to minimize your risk? By understanding the basics of mechanic’s lien and bond claim laws, you can learn how to secure your right to get paid when extending credit on construction projects.
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Live Webinar
February 28 at 1:00pm EST

An Advanced Look at the UCC Process

This in-depth look at the UCC process is an opportunity to build on the information covered in our "Basics of the UCC Process" webinar, or for those with a working knowledge of the UCC process.
live webinars
Live Webinar
March 28 at 1:00pm EST

An Advanced Look at the Lien and Bond Claim Process

This in-depth look at the lien and bond claim process is an opportunity to build on the information covered in our "Basics of the Lien and Bond Claim Process" webinar or for those with a working knowledge of the lien and bond claim process.
live webinars
Live Webinar
April 4 at 1:00pm EST

Everything You Should Know about Correctly Identifying Your Debtor Under Article 9-503(a)

Under Article 9, a debtor must be identified on the UCC as its name appears on the public organic record or unexpired driver’s license. Compliance with Article 9-503(a) has proven time and again to be a challenge for creditors. We’ll review how to correctly identify the debtor, how to prevent mistakes, and provide examples of seemingly simple errors which left creditors unsecured.
live webinars
Live Webinar
April 11 at 1:00pm EST

Implementing a UCC Program: Overcoming Obstacles

Are you incorporating UCC filings into your business practices? Are you afraid of your customer's reaction? One of the most important steps you can take to minimize risk and increase potential for recovery is to execute a security agreement and to perfect that agreement through the filing of a UCC-1. Establishing certain credit policies can even help increase sales.
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Live Webinar
April 25 at 1:00pm EST

Implementing a Lien/Bond Claim Program: Overcoming Obstacles

Are you incorporating the notice and lien process into your business practices? Are you afraid of your customer's reaction? Protecting your lien rights is a critical component of construction credit.
live webinars
Live Webinar
May 9 at 1:00pm EST

UCC Remedies Upon Debtor's Default

You did everything right to be in the best possible position to get paid: You investigated your customer’s creditworthiness, you obtained a signed security agreement and you filed a UCC Financing Statement. But your customer defaults. What do you do now?
live webinars
Live Webinar
May 23 at 1:00pm EST

Understanding Lien Waivers

Lien Waivers generate a “check & balance” system for project payments in exchange for work or material provided. Does your company have a solid understanding of the basics of lien waivers?
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Live Webinar
June 6 at 1:00pm EST

UCCs Offer Security for Many Business Transactions

The UCC process is a cost-effective solution for securing your inventory, equipment, and receivables, especially important in today’s fragile economy. With a UCC filing you can become a secured creditor, which puts you in the best possible position to get paid. However, are you aware of all the circumstances where a UCC can offer security?
live webinars
Live Webinar
June 20 at 1:00pm EST

The Importance of Gathering Job Information

Do you realize the importance of obtaining job information as it relates to the protection of your lien and bond claim rights?
live webinars
Live Webinar
July 11 at 1:00pm EST

Building Payment Security with Preliminary Notices

Concerned about extending credit for construction projects? Unsure how to minimize your risk? The lien and bond claim process frequently begins with a statutory preliminary notice. The requirements and timeframes for serving a notice vary from state to state. If this process is not precisely followed, your rights may not be fully protected.
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Live Webinar
July 25 at 1:00pm EST

Equipment UCC Filings

What do you do if your customer files bankruptcy or defaults on payment? Article 9 of the UCC defines “equipment” as goods used or bought for primary use in business. In other words, goods your customer uses in the course of their business. The ability to take a secured interest in the equipment can help with credit decisions.