Posts Tagged ‘Construction’

New Outlandish 1099 Laws for 2011

Get your pen and pad of paper ready, 1099 paper that is. As part of the newly enacted Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act signed into law March 23, 2010, by President Obama, businesses will be required to report payments over $600 per year of goods or services made to anyone, including corporations, except entities […]


By Sam K. Abdulaziz Abdulaziz, Grossbart & Rudman As many of you know, the Contractors State License Board and other public entities have started an enforcement program that would target contractors, both licensed and unlicensed, who are suspected of illegal activity in ten counties that have District Attorneys funded by the Premium Insurance Fraud Task […]

What To Do After Recording a Mechanic’s Lien

By Milene C. Apanian, Esq. Construction Disputes, Stop Notice & Mechanic’s Lien Lawsuits After recording a Mechanic’s Lien, follow the suggestions below to make sure your Mechanic’s Lien is Collectible! 1. Act quickly. Do NOT procrastinate. Deadlines are critical to your ability to collect! A Mechanic’s Lien binds a property for 90 days only and […]

Slowly, Construction in Moving

Although most cities are still not seeing the permits of years past, there has been some small movement. Stimulus money and budget money has moved into local agencies which is causing a small movement in the Government sector. In the Private sector, we also see a sparkle of hope, which is partially from the fires […]

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