Your Mechanics Lien Resource Treasure Trove

Mechanics Liens used to be a cornerstone topic on this blog; meaning I would write an article about filings, foreclosing and/or litigating a mechanics lien quite frequently. In fact, over the years I sort of consider myself a "lien guy."  Insofar as construction law goes, mechanic lien and state or federal bond claims has sort of become my thing. So, where has all of the mechanic lien posts gone?! If you're a reader of this blog but not my other blog - The Construction Lien Blog - you may be wondering.  But as you can gather from the blog's title, a few years ago I created a separate blog focused on lien issues across the country, and post very regularly there on the topic. As I exhaust the subject on that blog, and don't to duplicate postings from there over here, most of my mechanic lien and bond claim talk is done on the Construction Lien Blog.  So, if you're interest in lien laws (and if you are a construction participant or construction law person, lien laws are super important), I recommend you take a look at this other blog. To give you a more direct path to relevant information, here are the articles posted on the construction lien laws in the states where Wolfe Law Group practices. Also, be sure to check out these other resources providing through the lien and notice preparation and management company I founded in 2007, Zlien:
Scott Wolfe About the Author: Scott Wolfe
Scott Wolfe, Jr. obtained his J.D. degree from Loyola University of New Orleans, and his B.A. from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. In 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009, Scott was recognized as a Leader in Law by CityBusiness Magazine. The son and grandson of general contractors, Scott is a construction litigator in the Pacific Northwest, and the founding member of the bi-coastal law firm, Wolfe Law Group. Scott is also the founder and CEO of Express Lien, Inc., a legal document preparation service for contractors. In 2008, City Business Magazine recognized Scott as one of its Innovators of the Year for the Express Lien concept. As an entrepreneur himself, Scott has a strong background in business and commercial transactions and laws. He focuses his practice on the legal issues facing the construction industry, and has represented clients in multi-million dollar construction disputes in litigation and alternative dispute resolution proceedings. Scott is a LEED AP.

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