Class Details Oregon & Washington Lien Law 02/12/2020 7:30 AM PT - 4:00:00 PM PT For those involved in the construction industry, the ultimate goal upon completion of providing services or the completion of providing necessary building supplies is to be paid. Join us for our Oregon & Washington Lien Law class presented by a team of construction industry law professionals from Sussman Shank LLP. This team will bring you up-to-date on current construction law, bond claims, retainage claims, and other construction-related strategies or devices. Don't miss this great opportunity to learn the mechanics of state construction and lien laws and their application to credit and collections. Instructor: Team from Sussman Shank LLPLaurie R. HagerLaurie is the Chair of the firm’s Construction Group. Laurie represents construction industry clients on many types of matters, including contract reviews, payment disputes, lien and bond claims, and insurance coverage issues. Laurie can take a case to trial or arbitration if need be, but she also strives for a cost-effective business solution to a dispute, when possible. Laurie prides herself on being responsive to clients, pragmatic, and detail oriented. Jason W. AlexanderSince 1996, Jason has represented companies and individuals in a wide array of business matters and disputes. Jason’s primary fields of representation include general business and corporate matters, construction, real estate (including commercial landlord/tenant law), and creditors’ rights. Jason has represented all sizes of companies from one-member limited liability companies to companies with more than 500 employees.Lea K. SchneiderLea’s practice is focused on complex business and commercial litigation. For more than 10 years she has represented clients in a variety of industries including construction, healthcare, hospitality, insurance, manufacturing, and transportation. Her litigation experience in these industries includes wrongful death, personal injury, breach of contract, defamation, product liability, and probate disputes.Curtis WelchCurtis has over 28 years of experience as a lawyer representing clients in the areas of Construction Law, Civil Litigation, Real Property Law, and Insurance Law. For 18 of those years, he was a partner with the Washington law firm Duggan Schlotfeldt & Welch PLLC, and prior to that time he was a partner in the Portland, Oregon law firm Lindstedt, Buono & Welch P.C. He is active in the Construction Law community, and is former President of the Southwest Washington Contractors Association. He has substantial legal experience in both Washington and Oregon representing subcontractors, suppliers, rental companies, general contractors and owners on commercial and residential projects.William G. Fig Bill is a member of the firm’s Construction Group and the President-elect of the Oregon State Bar’s Construction Law Section. Bill primarily represents subcontractors, suppliers, and small general contractors in prosecuting payment claims of all types and in reviewing and drafting contracts. Bill is licensed to practice in the federal and state courts in Oregon and Washington and in the Federal Court of Claims. Event Sponsor: NACM Commercial Services Course Level: I - Intermediate Credits: CEU: 0.800 CCE: 0.800 Location: NACM Commercial Services Portland Classroom Map 7931 NE Halsey St, Ste 102 Portland OR 97213 Available to attend remotely Price: Members: $175.00 Non-Members: $255.00 *Price is for admission only. Some events, especially college credit classes, have additional costs associated with materials, such as text books. See the event comments above for more details. Membership discount eligibility is at the discretion of the event sponsor. Cancellations will be accepted for full refund no later than five working days prior to event — substitute attendees accepted up to day of event.