RALEIGH, N.C. – On March 20, 2013, Wayne Maiorano, a partner in Smith Anderson’s Real Estate Development practice, presented to the Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA) on “Changes to the North Carolina Lien and Bond Law – What you need to Know.”
Members of the CFMA attended Wayne’s seminar to learn about the recent changes to the Mechanics Lien and Bond Laws in North Carolina, understand the impact on their businesses, and find out what they can do to protect and prepare their businesses for the change.
Wayne advises clients on all aspects of the public and private construction process, including contracting, project management and closeout, payment disputes, surety bond claims, insurance claims and coverage issues, and design and construction defect claims on commercial and residential projects. He routinely represents parties in the construction and development industry, including owners, developers, contractors, sureties and lenders. Wayne also advises clients with respect to real estate and development related matters, including land and banking disputes, landlord-tenant issues, foreclosures, receiverships, creditor rights and bankruptcy, and general litigation.