May Virtual Meeting - Lien Law

When:  May 13, 2021 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM (ET)
Associated with  Tampa Bay, Tampa, FL

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Join us on Thursday, May 13th for CFMA Tampa Bay's Virtual Meeting on Lien Law.

Speaker Cary Wright from Carlton Fields will guide us through recent changes in lien law pertaining to the construction industry. 


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Wm. Cary Wright

SHAREHOLDER, Carlton Fields

Cary Wright has extensive experience representing clients in construction disputes, including construction claims, construction liens, insurance coverage matters, risk management, bond claims, and other contract disputes. His engagements have involved bridges, convention centers, stadium projects, high-rise condominiums, highways, hospitals, and hotels.

Cary also has substantial experience in contract drafting and contract review including the preparation of owner-contractor agreements and contractor-subcontractor agreements. He also advised an aviation authority on its insurance program for a multibillion-dollar project. Cary is the recipient of The Florida Bar Construction Law Committee’s 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award. He is also one of the few who is a fellow in both the American College of Construction Lawyers and the American College of Real Estate Lawyers. He serves on the Public/Private Partnership Committee in ACREL. He has also been elected as the incoming chair-elect of the ABA Forum on Construction Law. Cary serves as chair of the Carlton Fields Construction Practice.

One commenter remarked in Chambers USA, a leading guide to the legal profession, that he is "a great lawyer and highly respected by anyone in construction. He's worked very, very hard, having published, written and spoken on it. I can't say enough good things about him. He's a great and highly skilled lawyer."




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