Georgia Construction, Bond & Lien Law Blog


12 Lessons Learned During the Great Recession to Increase Your Recovery Rate

Posted in Creditors' Rights,Practical Tips by Blue Blog on the September 9th, 2015

by Mark A. Cobb Tragedy faced many construction business during the Great Recession. It impacted every layer of business from project developer and large prime contractor to building material supply stores and day laborers. Virtually no one was left unscathed. This year, thankfully, there has been a turn-around in the construction industry. There are new
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Cobb to Speak at CSA Roundtable

Posted in Creditors' Rights,Honors & Awards,Materilamen's Liens by Blue Blog on the November 4th, 2014

We are happy to announce that Mark Cobb will be speaking on creditors rights to a group of lumber and building supply owners at a roundtable forum sponsored by the Construction Suppliers Association (CSA) on Monday, November 10, 2014 and hosted by Fuller Building Supply Company. Mark will be discussing several topics related to material
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20 Early Warning Signs for Payment Issues

Posted in Commercial Collections,Creditors' Rights,Good Business Practices,Practical Tips by Blue Blog on the August 21st, 2014

by Mark A. Cobb It doesn’t matter whether you are a material supplier delivering products to a subcontractor, a subcontractor performing work directly for a GC, or a GC building a structure for an owner, you expect to be paid for the labor, materials, and equipment which you provided. In fact, without payment, it could
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25 Simple Tips Material Supplier Credit Managers Can Do to Increase Recovery

Posted in Creditors' Rights,Practical Tips by Blue Blog on the July 1st, 2013

by Mark A. Cobb In today’s economy, a dollar means more than it has in a long time; thus, every dollar that your credit department is able to collect helps build your company’s bottom line.  Since our firm focuses on construction collections throughout Georgia, we have observed that small steps taken by sales and credit
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Post-Judgment Collection: How Do I Collect on a Judgment Lien in Georgia?

Posted in Commercial Collections,Creditors' Rights,Post-Judgment Collection by Administrator on the February 2nd, 2012

Question: I have a judgment against someone who owes me money; how can I collection on this judgment? That’s a question we hear almost daily around here.  Many law firms will handle a commercial collection matter through judgment, but then they don’t know what to do.  In other words, the typical lawyer will make sure
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Creditors’ Rights in Bankruptcy Lawyer Joins Cobb Law Group’s Commercial Collections Practice

Posted in Bankruptcy Law,Commercial Collections,Creditors' Rights by Administrator on the January 25th, 2012

The Cobb Law Group is pleased to announce the addition of Paul A. Rogers to its staff of attorneys.  Paul comes to the Cobb Law Group with extensive experience with creditors’ rights in bankruptcy.  He has worked for major Atlanta law firms and has served as a Chapter 7 United State Trustee for Bankruptcy, Paul’s
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