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ABC Keystone Northeast Regional Construction Wake-up Call Event
October 10, 2018 @ 7:30 am - 8:45 amFree
ABC Keystone Northeast Regional
Construction Wake-up Call Event
Wednesday, October 10 / 7:30 am – 8:45 am
Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP
2609 Keiser Boulevard, Wyomissing 19610
ABC Keystone is YOUR association, and we’re bringing more activities to YOU!
NEW! Fall Topic:
- Find out why you have no need to fear CASPA rights contract waivers
- Understand consequences of casual or punitive withholding of payment
- Develop systems for possible demobilization due to non-payment
- Discover how you might obtain release of your retainage more quickly
Thank you to our Host Venue Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP and Breakfast Sponsor Tradesmen International!
Tom Williams, a shareholder in Reager & Adler, is the longest-tenured attorney in the firm after Dave Reager and Ted Adler. Tom began his career with Reager & Adler in 1993 in the Litigation and Construction Law practice areas. Tom is the lead attorney in the Debt Recovery practice area.
Utilizing a counselor’s approach to his practice of law, Tom is meticulously thorough in analyzing all aspects of a case in order to develop the best solutions for his clients. Tom embodies the trademark characteristic of a Reager & Adler attorney—“attorney and business owner”—in his recognition that although parties may be adversaries today, they may need to maintain an ongoing business relationship at some point in the future.
Prior to embarking on his legal career with Reager & Adler, Tom served in the United States Army performing with the “President’s Own” Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps.
Tom is an active member of the Keystone Chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors Association. He serves on the Association’s Board of Directors and is a liaison to the Legislative Committee.
Tom travels extensively and is an avid gardener and photographer.
ABC Regionals – Our Members Say It Best:
“I thoroughly enjoy the whole premise of the “Wake-up Call” meetings. They are early in the morning, so as not to break up or interrupt the day. The topics I have seen have all been relevant and worthwhile, the venues have been convenient to my location, and the times have been condensed to where I obtain great information but can still make it into my office by 9 am.”
– Tony Forlizzi, Sheet Metal Specialists, LLC
FREE TO ATTEND! Reservations are necessary.
Preferred registration date: October 3. Substitutions are permitted.