Join us for the Legal Foundations Lunch & Learn Series: The Massachusetts Prompt Pay Act

June 13, 2024 at 12:00pm12:30pm
Webinar

Our Legal Foundations Lunch and Learn Series features monthly 30-minute webinars that provide in-depth insights into recent updates, industry trends, and key issues impacting the construction industry. On June 13 at 12:00 noon, Preti Flaherty attorneys Kenneth Rubinstein and Nicholas Dube will present a session on the Massachusetts Prompt Pay Act.

The Massachusetts Prompt Pay Act sets critical requirements for private projects over $3M in Massachusetts, reshaping risk and leverage dynamics. Missteps under these rules have cost companies millions. Join us for a practical discussion on navigating these acts effectively to optimize leverage and mitigate risks.

Firm Highlights

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