Mechanics lien, bond claim, and credit management education is The Lien & Credit Journal’s specialty and it has recently been recognized with a nomination for 2014 Best Construction Blog. Leading contributors Scott Wolfe and Nate Budde (with guest appearances by levelset team members and industry leaders), are both licensed attorneys that have devoted countless hours to researching all of the up-to-date information on lien laws and providing education on how companies can improve their bottom line. With a commitment to legal integrity and getting YOU paid on every project, every time, The Lien & Credit Journal has become a leading publication in the construction industry financial space.
The publication, which has been providing mechanics lien education since 2008, is one of the most comprehensive guides to lien rights available today. Aside from posting daily regarding mechanics lien law updates, best practices, and case studies, The Lien & Credit Journal also provides supplementary education for contractors on credit and receivables management, and bankruptcy.

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We are honored to be nominated for 2014 Best Construction Blog because writing about mechanics liens all day every day is a full time job. What do Scott and Nate do when they aren’t writing about what it means to file a mechanics lien? When they aren’t writing, dreaming, thinking and scheming about the mechanics lien for The Lien & Credit Journal, levelset ‘s legal aficionados are developing new ways to make risk management more accessible. You may have also seen their work in Building Profits Magazine, Construction Executive, and Supply House Times.
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