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This House Was Nearly Mine

This seminar will focus on Virginia statutory and decisional law regarding mechanic’s liens, what information an agent needs to gather if the agent is involved in a mechanic’s lien claim, the process of investigating and resolving a mechanic’s lien claim, litigating mechanic’s lien claims, work-outs and solutions to mechanic’s lien situations, recovery of amounts paid relating to mechanic’s liens including attorneys’ fees and costs, and what steps an agent can take to protect themselves in connection with mechanic’s lien claims.


James L. Windsor, Esq.
Mr. Windsor has extensive experience and expertise in counseling and litigation involving real property, mechanic’s liens, title insurance, construction, creditors’ rights, commercial and banking law. He received a B.S. degree, cum laude, from James Madison University and a J.D. degree from the University of Richmond. Mr. Windsor is a member of the Virginia State Bar, the Newport News Bar Association and the Virginia Land Title Association. He was a member of the Board of Governors, Construction Law and Public Contracts Section, Virginia State Bar from 1998-2001. Mr. Windsor lectures frequently to title insurance and real estate professionals, lenders, lawyers, and others involved in construction and real estate law issues. He has written a book, a law review article and other articles on topics of interest to the construction and real estate industry. Mr. Windsor was selected by peers and recognized by Virginia Business Magazine as a member of “Virginia’s Legal Elite” 2003 and 2004 in the areas of Real Estate and Construction Law and was listed in Virginia Super Lawyers 2006 in the area of Real Estate.