Lectures, Seminars and Publications

By Jean Arnold

Upcoming Seminars



Attorney Jean Arnold to Present Construction Law From Start to Finish

Attorney Jean Arnold will be presenting “Construction Law From Start to Finish” in Denver on August 2, 2019. The seminar with walk attendees through the basics of construction law. Whether you are new to the construction practice or are looking for a comprehensive refresher, this course will cover multiple issues that must be taken into consideration in the realm of construction law.  The seminar will cover a broad, basic overview of the construction process; the fundamentals of construction contracts and key provisions; the basics of insurance; and the impact changes and delays can have on a construction project.  Don’t miss this opportunity to build your skills in construction law.

WHEN: Friday, August 2, 2019 | 9:00 – 4:30 p.m.
WHERE: Embassy Suites by Hilton, Denver Tech Center North, 7525 E. Hampden Avenue, Denver
HOW DO I REGISTER? See the seminar website for more information and to register.

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Collection Clinic


When: First Wednesday of every month

Time: 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Location: Rooms 1554 and 1555, Jefferson County Government Center, 100 Jefferson County Parkway, Golden, CO 80419
Admission: Free!

Come learn about collection of judgments. An attorney from Arnold & Arnold, LLP will be teaching you about the following areas of interest:

• Use of interrogatories to find assets
• Transcripts of Judgment
• Garnishments – preparation, serving, answers, default and traverse
• Exemptions – what they are and how to claim an exemption

Lectures and Seminars

2018 Mechanics Lien Seminar to Mountain States Commercial Credit, April 25, 2018

Mechanic’s Lien annual seminar (1985 to present), presented to National Association of Credit Management (NACM)

Construction Credit Management – Mechanic’s Liens (1994 to 2010), presented to Mountain States Commercial Credit (MSCC)

“What to do before you call your lawyer – Contract review made easy” (1995 to present), presented to:

  • Rocky Mountain Lumber Dealers Association – Steamboat Springs Conference
  • Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute – Keystone Conference
  • Heavy Equipment Dealers Association – Luncheon
  • National Association of Credit Managers
  • Pella Windows & Doors, Inc. – customer training seminar and staff development
  • Lohmiller / Carrier West – customer training seminar

“So Who Says You Can’t Get Paid?” – Collection Tools for the Construction Industry (1985 to present), presented in full, ¾ and ½ day, and 2 hour formats to:

  • National Association of Credit Managers.
  • Mountain States Commercial Credit Management.
  • Pella Windows & Doors, Inc. – customer training seminar.
  • Lohmiller / Carrier West – customer training seminar.
  • Arnold & Arnold Attorneys at Law, LLP clients – annual seminar

Judgment and Mechanic’s Liens – Colorado, presented to the National Business Institute as part of an all day collection seminar. Presenters Jean Arnold and Terry Ehrlich.

“An Ounce of Prevention . . . What to do before you call your lawyer & Down and dirty bankruptcy tips”, presented for Pella Windows & Doors, Inc. – customer training.

“Watch that check – UCC and commercial paper” (1998), presented for the National Association of Credit Managers

“Understanding the UCC – secured transactions” (2007), presented for Wagner Equipment Co. – company training and staff development

Insurance coverage issues – construction industry (2007), panel member – sponsored by Waterproofing Industry trade association

Commercial & Residential Landlord-Tenant Law” (2015), panel member – sponsored by Sterling Education Services
www.sterlingeducation.com

By Terry Ehrlich
The Rules of Evidence: A Practical Toolkit on 12/19/2018

Collection Law Tips and Strategies (April 2, 2012), presented for National Business Institute

Collection Law from Start to Finish (2007 – present), presented for National Business Institute

Presentation on post-judgment collection and small claims court collection topics for day-long seminar for Mountain States Commercial Credit (MSCC)

By Jean Arnold and Terry Ehrlich
Advanced Collection Strategies (2008 – present), presented for National Business Institute
By Rich Arnold
The Double Dip: Dividing Property in Divorce (2015), presented for National Business Institute

Divorce Law Guide from A to Z (2011), presented for National Business Institute


Publications

  • “Is Colorado Becoming a Tenant-Friendly State?  An Examination of the Mobile Home Park Act of 2010,” Jean C. Arnold and Kelley Shirk, DU Law Review, 2013.
  • Chapter 13: “The Construction Manager and the Design-Build Project,” Jean C. Arnold and Chris Squadra, Design Professional and Construction Manager Law, eds. Stephen A. Hess, Jerome V. Bales, P. Douglas Folk, L. Tyrlone Holt. 2007 American Bar Association.
  • “So Who Says You Can’t Get Paid?” – Collection Tools for the Construction Industry, Jean C. Arnold. Self-published 1994 – present [Updated annually]. Reprinted with permission by NACM and MSCC.
  • “A Step-by-Step Guide to Completing: Mechanic’s Lien and Notice of Intent; Notice Extending Time to File Lien Statement; Disburser’s Notice; Verified Claim; Notice Under Miller Act, Jean. C. Arnold. Self-published 2000 – present [Updated annually]. Reprinted with permission by NACM and MSCC.
  • “Collection Strategies: Use of Checks in the Construction Industry – Small Claims Court Litigation – Post Judgment Collections,” Terry Ehrlich and Jean C. Arnold. Self-published 2006 to present. Reprinted with permission by MSCC and National Business Institute.
  • “Judgment and Mechanic’s Liens – Colorado,” Jean C. Arnold and Terry Ehrlich. Self-published 2008. Reprinted with permission by National Business Institute.

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