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What are the Biggest Mistakes that Small Remodeling Businesses Make?

Published on July 06, 2017
Remodeling and Home Design

How often has this happened to you? Your crew is coming in for the night from working on a project and they say something like, "by the way the homeowner had us change the type of tile in the bathroom." Do you and/or your onsite lead know what do it if the homeowner wants to make changes after the original contract has been finalized?  Join us on Tuesday, July 11, 2017 as Michael Sandner of Pickrel, Schaeffer and Ebeling shares with you his expertise and knowledge when it comes to the legal side of the remodeling industry.

A shareholder with the firm, Mike represents individuals and businesses with issues involving consumer, construction, insurance and commercial disputes. Mike understands how construction and business disputes can jeopardize profits as well as important business relationships. He strives to provide efficient and effective legal advice that protects his clients current and long term interests while maintaining the business relationship necessary to benefit all parties involved. He has experience handling all aspects of disputes from negotiation, mediation, arbitration, through to litigation, and appeal. He has had significant success handling a wide range of issues including collections, leases, zoning, contracts, insurance coverage, tort construction and property valuation matters. In the area of insurance law, Mike has extensive experience in evaluating insurance policies and coverage issues to effectively leverage the role of insurance in dispute resolution.

Meeting Details

When
Tuesday, July 11, 2017
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM

Where
Montgomery County Library Kettering/Moraine Branch
3496 Far Hills Avenue
Dayton, OH 45429

Register
There is a $10 per person fee for NARI members or $25 per crew (up to 5 people).
A continental breakfast will be provided.

For more information, click here.