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North Carolina Liens/Bonds

Timelines & Date Calculations Liens (Private Projects) Notice to Lien Agent 15 days from the first date of furnishing for absolute protection If furnishing, within 15 days before closing, then ASAP, but not more than within 15 days of first…

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How a Commercial Collections Case Progresses

Your company is owed thousands (or millions!) in past due balances. What do you do? Where do you start? Commercial collections involve collecting accounts, notes or other evidences of indebtedness for the purchase of goods or services not used for…

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Construction Economics

2022 is only twelve weeks old and already it has found its own concerning rhythm. While the past two years have been fraught with public health concerns, 2022’s issues seem to be pointing to economic headwinds. Whether those headwinds arise…

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Remembering Paul Sheridan

Wake County Bar Association Virtual Memorial Session of Court We’re honored that the Wake County Bar Association (WCBA) featured our partner and friend, Paul Sheridan, in their virtual memorial session of court. Brian Oten, Memorials Committee Chair, shared what a…

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How to Form a Business Entity

Introduction Creating a new Business Entity can seem complicated and confusing. Where do you start? Luckily, the process is the same regardless of industry. Any organization can use these simple steps to create their own business entity. In this post,…

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Effective Management

The key to a successful construction project is effective management. Every construction project needs good planning, progress monitoring, communication, and collaboration.  Let Hannah Sheridan & Cochran help with your construction law needs!  https://www.constructconnect.com/blog/4-keys-effective-construction-project-management?__hstc=42101882.580004367c207aef843c85cd957014ae.1616525116399.1616525116399.1616691035293.2&__hssc=42101882.2.1616691035293&__hsfp=3268614734

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Current Landscape of the Construction Industry

NC Construction employment rebounds in January!  Check out the article below for more details on the current landscape of the construction industry.  Always remember, let Hannah Sheridan & Cochran help you will all of your construction law needs.  https://www.ncconstructionnews.com/nc-construction-employment-rebounds-in-january-but-still-1-7-below-pre-pandemic-levels/

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The American Rescue Plan Act

The American Rescue Plan Act provides additional relief for the nation’s small businesses and hard-hit industries. Check out the article below for more details.  Make sure your small business is getting the help that it deserves! https://www.sba.gov/article/2021/mar/11/american-rescue-plan-act-elevates-small-business-support-response-covid-19-pandemic

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Disparity in Construction Contracts

Construction is one of several industries of focus in a recently released study on disparity in contracts awarded by the state of North Carolina. The disparity is stark for Black-owned businesses. Check out the full study below in the article.…

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New COVID-19 Emergency Directives

Chief Justice Paul Newby issued an order today extending emergency directives an additional 30 days in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read the full order below.  Make sure to follow Hannah Sheridan & Cochran to stay up to date!  http://ow.ly/hWdY50DXtky

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License Defense

The North Carolina Court of Appeals recently ruled that the "license defense" does not apply to claims where a general contractor brings a claim against a design professional. Read more about it below and let Hannah Sheridan & Cochran assist…

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Stay Updated: Legislation that may Affect Builders in NC

Check out this article by the North Carolina Home Builders Association about legislation that may affect builders in NC.  Let Hannah Sheridan & Cochran help you with all of your construction needs!  https://www.nchba.org/building-code-regulatory-reform-capacity-fee-legislation-and-housing-affordability-among-nchba-legislative-priorities-this-session/

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Justice Newby: Extension of Emergency Directives

 Chief Justice Newby has extended emergency directives an additional 30 days in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The directives are set to expire on March 14, 2021.  https://www.nccourts.gov/news/tag/press-release/new-order-issued-by-chief-justice-newby

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Summer World University Games

North Carolina has officially bid for the 2027 Summer World University Games. No city or region in North Carolina has ever been named the United States of America’s international candidate for a global event of this magnitude.  We are proud…

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