April Newsletter

Filing a Bond Claim: Public vs. Privately-Owned Property Rules

By Courtney E. Stricklen, Associate Attorney 

Filing a claim against a bond may offer a subcontractor protection against both privately and publicly incurred debts. However, there are different rules for filing a bond claim on public property versus privately-owned property... 
April Lien Deadlines

Are you not getting paid for work performed?   A Mechanic's lien is a powerful tool that can help you collect what is owed.

Texas has one of the most complicated and detailed lien process with specific rules and deadlines. Click on the link below for specific filing dates...    
Industry Events
Are you a subcontractor, suppliers manufacturer looking to get hired on new projects or sell products? Don't miss this premier event to meet and network with top Houston area GCs. The event takes place on  April 12th from 2 pm - 6 pm at Minute Maid Park. Tickets are free. 

Our firm will also be an exhibitor - stop by and see us!

Our firm is participating in this month-long competition among Houston's legal community, which started April 2nd and goes through May 2nd. We are collecting donation items at our office (8558 Katy Fwy, Suite 116, Houston, TX 77024) or you can click here
to donate directly online. Help us feed those in need!

This annual conference is taking place April 18th - 20th at the Galveston Convention Center. Karalynn Cromeens will host an educational seminar titled, "Risk Management: Understanding Architectural Contracts and Clauses," on April 19th from 2:30 - 3:30 pm.

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This newsletter is intended as a general educational overview of the subject matter and is not intended to be a comprehensive survey of recent jurisprudence, nor a substitute for legal advice for a specific legal matter. If you have a legal issue, please consult an attorney.