This presentation is part of Construction Estimator Education Series hosted by American Society of Professional Estimators (ASPE) Chapter 32.
Our Sponsor this month is Long & Robinson, LLC
Our Speaker is Attorney Colin M. Quinn
Colin Quinn is a Construction Attorney with Long & Robison, LLC. He focuses his practice almost exclusively on construction litigation representing contractors, subcontractors, owners, suppliers, and developers in state and federal courts and in private arbitration and mediations. He has significant experience negotiating construction contracts, drafting mechanic’s liens, filing lawsuits and pursuing payment claims for his clients, as well as negotiating dispute resolutions. Colin graduated from Kansas State University with a degree in Construction Science and Management in 2010. He his J.D. from the Washburn University School of Law in 2013 and currently is licensed to practice in Kansas and Missouri.
Summary of Presentation
Success on any construction project requires prompt and complete payment for the work performed. All contractors need to be aware of the tools available to protect themselves in the event a payment disputes arises. Attorney Colin Quinn of the law firm Long & Robinson will present on topics that include mechanics liens and lien enforcement, contractual rights to payment, dispute resolution, and the various laws in Kansas and Missouri that a contractor can utilize to maximize its recovery in the event of a payment dispute. Long & Robinson is a boutique construction law firm, representing contractors, owners, and suppliers in all types of construction-related disputes.
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