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  • Description
    Lien law in the US dates back over 200 years and as you might imagine, much has changed since the early 1800’s. Unfortunately, not all the definitions included in the codified law has changed with the times. This CLE course will examine NYS lien law and construction issues with regards to landowners and renters, explain its parameters, issues of consent and the pre-requisites and individuals who may file. The course will review property identification, time periods, and service requirements.
  • Instructor Bio

    Matthew Worner

    Matthew T. Worner was admitted to the practice of law in the State of New York in 1993 and maintains his office in White Plains, NY. He is a graduate of Pace Law School and holds an undergraduate degree in Political Science from Pace University.

    In his practice, he concentrates on the many legal issues pertaining to construction law and complex real estate litigation as such, he represents clients such as property owners, developers, general contractors & construction managers, subcontractors and material suppliers. Matt’s practice involves all aspects of commercial litigation with and an emphasis on matters relating to construction law and mechanic’s liens and lien foreclosures and he is a frequent lecturer to attorneys and construction professionals on topics relating to the New York State Lien Law.

    Matt is the attorney for the Putnam County Association of Licensed Electrical Contractors and is the former attorney for the Westchester County Association of Licensed Electrical Contractors and has considerable experience in representing Plumbers and Electricians with matters before their respective licensing agencies in all jurisdictions. Prior to opening his own law firm, Matt was the Assistant General Counsel at HRH Construction, a long established construction company that built many of New York City’s most distinguished buildings.