2021 A Discussion on Lien Law in Wisconsin Featuring Roy Wagner and Lauren Triebenbach of Michael Best
This live webinar will feature Attorney's Roy Wagner and Lauren Triebenbach of the Michael Best & Friedrich LLP and contractor Chris Martinez of Dairyland Energy Solutions for a discussion on Construction Liens in Wisconsin. This in-depth conversation will include expert analysis on:
The current state of the Lein Law and how it impacts contractors;
The potential changes in the Lien Law and how contractors can position themselves best to avoid unnecessary litigation;
Practical application of the law and Liens as discussed with a contractor member
Opportunity for Q & A with our presenters
This webinar will provide attendees with a better understanding of this ever-changing legal landscape and the benefits of preparing for changes to the law as well as real-world applications of this valuable legal tool specific to our industry.
Roy Wagner is a Partner in the firm’s Real Estate practice group and leads the firm’s Construction Law group. With more than 30 years of experience in the construction industry, Roy leverages his expertise to serve as a tactical advocate for his clients and helps them navigate a range of issues affecting the construction industry.
Lauren Triebenbach is a partner at MBF in the Real Estate Practice Group. With over a decade of experience, Lauren provides strategic guidance to clients in the construction industry, including contractors, design professionals, owners, and home inspectors, among others.
Dairyland Energy Solutions is owned and operated by Christopher Martinez. Founded in 1998, Dairyland is a service company offering Electrical, HVAC, Plumbing and Limited Energy Systems Services with a focus on energy management, conservation and sustainability serving customers throughout southeast Wisconsin.
Date and Time
Wednesday May 12, 2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CDT
GoToMeeting Webinar link will be included with confirmation email.
Free for PMSMCA Contractor Members
$5.00 per person for Non-Members