Notice to Disburser
Date: 08/7/2024
Start Time: 9:00 AM PT
End Time: 10:00 AM PT

Colorado's mechanics' lien statute provides an additional useful remedy to claimants to secure payment: the notice to disburser. This mechanism provides to those entitled to a lien an additional avenue to payment, and, potentially, an additional liable party should a lawsuit be required.

This session will cover:
• What is a Notice to Disburser?
• What does this mean for the trade supplier?
• What are the rules surrounding Notice to Disburser?
• What are your responsibilities as a trade supplier?
• Etc.

Instructor M. James Zendejas, Esq.
M. James Zendejas was born in Colorado Springs in March of 1968. After attending high school in Colorado Springs, Jim attended Cornell College. At Cornell, Jim earned the degree of Bachelor of Arts, majoring in both History and Politics. Jim played varsity soccer, was elected to several student government positions, including Student Body President, and he earned Special Distinctions in Politics, and graduated cum laude. Jim attended the University of Notre Dame Law School, and graduated in 1993. At Notre Dame, Jim was on the Dean’s List several times, and participated in various intramural sports.

Since being admitted to the bar in 1993, Jim’s practice has emphasized in the area of civil litigation. After clerking for Retherford, Mullen, Johnson & Bruce, LLC (one of the largest insurance defense firms in Colorado Springs) for the summers of 1991 and 1992, Jim joined the firm as an associate in October of 1993. While there, Jim’s practice included trial work (civil litigation), insurance coverage disputes and appellate work. Jim joined Braden, Frindt & Stinar, LLC, in June of 1998 and Jim’s area of expertise concentrates almost exclusively in commercial litigation, including construction, employment, general business, property disputes and litigation.

Event Sponsor:  NACM Commercial Services

Course Level:  I - Intermediate

CEU: 0.100
CCE: 0.100


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