May Newsletter

Tips for Contractors: How to Keep Homeowners Happy Post-Harvey

By Jonelle Oldacre, Associate Attorney 

The devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey has sent the construction industry in affected counties into a tailspin as construction professionals struggle to keep up with demand. Unfortunately, as builders and contractors attempt to regain equilibrium, many may find themselves dealing with major disputes with homeowners for the first time...   
May 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 Event
The largest apartment association expo in the country is taking place on May 17th from 8 am - 6 pm at NRG Stadium.  

Our firm will also be an exhibitor - stop by and see us at booth #204

Firm News
We are continuing to grow and will be moving offices on May 30th. Our new address will be 8431 Katy Freeway, Houston, TX 77024.

Thank you to everyone who participated in our Houston Food Bank's "Food From the Bar" competition this last month - we donated over 200 pounds of food and raised over $1,100 through our online giving site.

We had a great time at The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) Texas Chapter's annual conference in Galveston on April 19th. Over 60 people attended Karalynn Cromeens's educational session on understanding architectural contracts and clauses. Thank you again to the ASLA for for this speaking opportunity.  
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