- Increasing Your Company’s Value
- Why Companies Fail
- Building Your Backlog
- 7th Annual Wine Tasting, Networking & Awards Event
- Benefits, Risks and Emerging Law on the use of Drones/UAVs in Construction
- The Next Generation
- Mechanic’s Lien
- 2015 Construction Accounting Seminar
- Financial Keys
- Optimizing the Flow of Receivables
- 2015 Economic Outlook
- 4TH ANNUAL OKTOBERFEST
- CFO Roundtable
- Building Green June 17th
- Technology in the Construction Field
- WMDVBE – Business Diversity
- 2014 Beer Festival
- Top Talent: Find Grow and Keep
- Future of San Jose Growth
- 6th Annual Wine Tasting, Networking & Awards Event
- Lien Law
- Show Me the Money!
- Optimizing Equipment and Fleet Management-
- Past, Present and Future
- Project Labor Agreements
The Silicon Valley Chapter presents:
A. Robert Rosin, Esq.
Leonidou & Rosin Professional Corporation
William K. Hurley, Esq.
Miller, Morton Caillat & Nevis
OPTIMIZING THE FLOW OF RECEIVABLES:
Best Practices for Bidding
Optimizing Your Collection Strategy
and Enforcing Your Lien Rights
Bob Rosin has litigated construction and complex business matters for more than thirty years. He is a graduate of UC Berkeley’s Boalt Hall School of Law and Stanford University, and has extensive experience in state, federal and administrative litigation, as well as in arbitration and mediation. Mr. Rosin has briefed and successfully argued numerous appeals to the California Courts of Appeal. The author of articles on mechanics liens, bonds and suretyship, environmental regulation, the Uniform Commercial Code, prompt payment statutes, and liability for construction accidents, he is a past member of the California Bar Association’s respected Committee on the Administration of Justice. Mr. Rosin also represents several construction trade associations in their legislative efforts, rulemaking proceedings, and appellate matters.
Bill Hurley has more than thirty years of construction law experience, with an emphasis in representing commercial general contractors in all facets of private and public construction. Mr. Hurley also has extensive experience representing clients in state courts, at arbitration tribunals such as the American Arbitration Association and in private mediation. He also provides mediation and arbitration services. Mr. Hurley is an AV® Preeminent™-rated attorney, the highest rating of professionalism and ethics available from Martindale-Hubbell. He has been selected as a Northern California Super Lawyer by the publishers of Law and Politics and San Francisco Magazine each year from 2008 to 2014.
On public works, can I make a difference to my bottom line by terms I include in my bid?
On public projects, after I’ve been listed as a subcontractor, do my bid terms matter, or am I stuck with the GC’s terms?
When the GC includes a new term in a public works subcontract, am I bound to sign it?
What new requirements must be satisfied for bidding school projects?
How can I negotiate better payment terms at bid time?
What should I do first when payments begin to slow down?
What might I be overlooking with respect to the new lien laws?
What is a Notice of Non-Responsibility and is it enforceable?
How can I protect myself from liens of lower tier subs, suppliers or union trust funds?
February 18, 2015 from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
(Full breakfast or fruit plate are included)
Holiday Inn (408) 453-6200
1350 N. First St., San Jose
CFMA Members: $45