Sarah Mead Publishes Article on Nevada Construction In Law 360

Snell & Wilmer Associate Sarah Mead has published an article on Nevada Construction Law in LAW 360 Magazine. See the Article here.

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Partial Subordination Agreement not Involving or Affecting Mechanics Lien Claimant Priority is Enforceable in Nevada

When visible construction begins, Nevada law says mechanic’s liens attach to the construction site. A construction lender wants to ensure that its deed of trust securing the construction loan has first priority to the property title, if the loan is … Continue reading

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Leon Mead to Present Nevada Mechanics Lien Seminar Oct 19

Snell & Wilmer’s Leon Mead, senior Construction Law Partner in our Nevada offices, will be teaching a seminar on Nevada Mechanics Lien Law at the Associated General Contractors / Nevada Contractors Association training facility on October 19, 2015. The seminar … Continue reading

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Under Construction Newsletter for 4th Quarter 2014 Released

Snell & Wilmer’s Construction Group has released its Under Construction Newsletter for 4th Quarter 2014, containing timely articles on Contract Drafting to Avoid Claims, Arizona’s View of the “Cardinal Change Doctrine”, a summary of the Arizona Weitz Company LLC v. … Continue reading

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