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  • California Governor Brown recently signed Senate Bill 190 effecting additional changes to the California mechanic’s lien law. This law will be operative on July 1, 2012.

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    Attend our Annual Review Preview Construction Law Seminar in January 2012 to learn about changes in the California construction laws (including the mechanic’s lien law) and how they will affect your business. 

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