Massachusetts Subcontractors and Material Supplier’s Guide to Securing Lien and Bond Rights

Recorded On: 07/21/2021

This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase.

This webinar is prepared from the perspective of securing and enforcing the rights of subcontractors and materials suppliers through the Massachusetts Mechanics’ Lien Statute (“Lien Statute”) and the Massachusetts Public Bond Statute (“Bond Statute”). Both Statutes provide rights to many entities and persons at various levels of construction projects, each with their own variation on what is required to satisfy the statutory requirements. Lien and bond rights are not self-executing. They need early attention to the steps to gather and correctly analyze project information to identify and protect those rights. The webinar will also cover the requirements for Notice to Owner and perfecting and enforcing a claim where that becomes necessary. Massachusetts public and private lien and bond laws have some fairly unique features that will be useful for industry professionals to know. The presentation will also touch on the recently enacted Prompt Pay Statute.

About the Speaker

Scott Wynn, Esq.

Attorney Wynn is the Founder and Owner of Wynn Law Group. Wynn Law Group had focused  their practice in construction law and litigation, as well as commercial litigation. For more than 30 years, Attorney Wynn has represented various contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and owners both in large public and private projects, including high end residential construction projects. These services cover a broad spectrum from liens, bond claims, arbitration, mediation and litigation in all courts throughout Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut. In addition, Attorney Wynn has represented national manufacturers of building products in defending defective product and product liability claims. Attorney Wynn is licensed to practice in both State and Federal jurisdictions of Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

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Massachusetts Subcontractors and Material Supplier’s Guide to Securing Lien and Bond Rights
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Open to view video. This webinar is prepared from the perspective of securing and enforcing the rights of subcontractors and materials suppliers through the Massachusetts Mechanics’ Lien Statute (“Lien Statute”) and the Massachusetts Public Bond Statute (“Bond Statute”). Both Statutes provide rights to many entities and persons at various levels of construction projects, each with their own variation on what is required to satisfy the statutory requirements. Lien and bond rights are not self-executing. They need early attention to the steps to gather and correctly analyze project information to identify and protect those rights. The webinar will also cover the requirements for Notice to Owner and perfecting and enforcing a claim where that becomes necessary. Massachusetts public and private lien and bond laws have some fairly unique features that will be useful for industry professionals to know. The presentation will also touch on the recently enacted Prompt Pay Statute.