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Enter at Your Own Risk: The Legal Minefields of Mechanic's Liens

12/5/2018 2:00:00 PM
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So nice, we had to do it twice … if you missed out on registering for this webinar on Nov. 7, 2018, don’t worry: Due to popular demand, we’re offering it a second time! Please note: If you attended and received CE/CLE credit for the Nov. 7 webinar, you may not earn credit for this repeat course.


COURSE DESCRIPTION

According to one of our NATIC underwriting counsel, mechanic’s liens are “the most dangerous aspect of title insurance.” Find out why in this free, 70-minute NATIC webinar, in which our counsel will define these legal documents, explain their historical evolution in American real property law and identify the extra-hazardous risks they carry for title professionals. NATIC underwriting counsel John Graham, Mark Heacock and Kent Pelt will also discuss divergent state laws and highlight NATIC’s underwriting guidelines on this topic. Learn how to mitigate your risks in handling transactions involving mechanic’s liens — and earn an hour of continuing education or continuing legal education in the process!

CE credit (1 hour) has been approved for Alabama, Florida, Indiana, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Utah and Virginia. A CE (1 hour) application has also been submitted to Ohio.

CLE (1 hour) has been approved for Florida, Tennessee and Washington. CLE applications have also been submitted to Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio and South Carolina.

Registration for the live training is limited to 200 seats. Register today to secure your spot.


SPEAKERS


John Graham, Esq. (bio)
Vice President, Regional Underwriting Counsel, Mountain States Region
North American Title Insurance Company

Mark A. Heacock, Esq. (bio)
Vice President, Regional Underwriting Counsel, Mid-Atlantic Region
North American Title Insurance Company

Kent D. Pelt, Esq. (bio)
Vice President, Regional Underwriting Counsel, California and Hawaii
North American Title Insurance Company


MODERATOR

Amy Tankersley (bio)
Manager of Education and Research
North American Title Insurance Company