Learn More About Mechanics' Liens in Maryland

January 20, 2016

Construction projects often involve payment disagreements among the owner, contractor, subcontractors, suppliers, and others involved in the construction process. These disputes may lead to the filing of mechanics' liens.  The article,"Lien on Me: Mechanics' Liens in a Nutshell," by Gerald W. Heller, partner in the firm's Commercial Controversies Group, discusses various issues relating to the law of mechanics' liens in Maryland. If you have questions about mechanics' liens or other construction or general litigation matters, please contact Mr. Heller at (301) 961-5178 or gheller@linowes-law.com.

  

  

  

  

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