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Scott Wolfe Jr
Construction Lawyer
CEO | Levelset
About Scott Wolfe Jr
A husband, dad, & entrepreneur in New Orleans, Scott founded Levelset to even the $1 trillion construction playing field and make payments easier, faster, and more predictable. Levelset is used by thousands of contractors and suppliers nationwide to make payments easier on billions in contract value each year. Scott is a licensed attorney who previously practiced construction law. Recognized by New Orleans City Business as an “Innovator of the Year” and part of their “Leadership in Law Hall of Fame,” Scott has been on the Silicon Bayou 100 list every year since 2014, is a winner of Idea Village & Jim Coulter’s IDEAPitch, is the ACG’s reigning Emerging Growth Company, and a Junior Achievement Rising Star.More...
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Oct 8, 2020
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MichiganConstruction Contract
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Sep 11, 2020
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May 15, 2020
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Apr 22, 2020
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GeorgiaMechanics Lien
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Apr 21, 2020
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Scott Wolfe Jr
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CEO | Levelset
Scott's Recent Articles
By: Scott Wolfe Jr | Levelset
Construction Lawyer

Overall, a rebounding economy is great news. However, if construction businesses aren’t careful, they may face more financial risk in a rebounding market than during an economic downturn. While the construction industry is starting to see positive signals of growth after the coronavirus-fueled downturn, it’s not out of the woods just yet. An economic recovery […]

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By: Scott Wolfe Jr | Levelset
Construction Lawyer

In theory, a construction project follows a tried-and-true process: Estimate a job, win the bid, do the work correctly, keep up with paperwork, get paid – all on schedule and under budget. Unfortunately, a construction job isn’t nearly that simple or straightforward. In their responses to an industry survey conducted in Q1 of 2020, over […]

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By: Scott Wolfe Jr | Levelset
Construction Lawyer

Coronavirus is impacting construction jobs across the United States.  Projects are being delayed.  Supplies are being pinched. People are getting sick and quarantined. Cities are issuing “shelter in place” orders. Developers, lenders, governments, and property owners are crippled, and not administrating jobs. And things could get worse! Contractors and suppliers must act quickly to protect […]

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By: Scott Wolfe Jr | Levelset
Construction Lawyer

Getting paid in construction is slow, hard, and stressful – that’s the takeaway from a survey of over 500 construction professionals conducted in collaboration between Levelset and TSheets by Quickbooks.  The construction industry is plagued by slow payment; a well-documented problem making payment slower in construction than in any other industry (83 days on average!).  […]

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By: Scott Wolfe Jr | Levelset
Construction Lawyer

All parties who want to retain their lien rights in Arizona are required to file a preliminary notice. These notices are often called 20-day notices because they need to be sent no later than 20 days after work starts. Because companies at most levels of the payment chain have to send these notices, and potentially […]

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