I am a founding shareholder and director in the law firm of Babcock Scott & Babcock, P.C. where I practice construction law. I have over 20 years’ experience representing the construction industry, with an emphasis on collecting money for contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers through contract, lien, and payment bond claims. For more info about me–bio, awards, service, publications, presentations, etc.–please visit my firm’s website.

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Representative Wyoming Cases

Amount
Action
 $6,047,599.94

Represented contractor in collecting money owed on tank farm project. Sued owner for breach of contract and lien foreclosure. Obtained judgment against owner and order of foreclosure. Owner filed for bankruptcy. Collected judgment through lien.
$1,134,821.25

Represented subcontractor in collecting money owed on natural gas pipeline project. Sued contractor for breach of contract and owner for lien foreclosure. Contractor filed for bankruptcy. Obtained judgment and order of foreclosure against owner. Collected money from owner through mediation on lien claim.
$962,000.00

Represented subcontractor in collecting money owed on U.S. Department of Labor project. Sued contractor for breach of contract and surety on payment bond claim. Settled with surety. Obtained judgment against contractor through federal court jury trial. Working to collect judgment.
$520,000.00Represented supplier in collecting money owed on windfarm project. Threatened lien and (private) payment bond claims. Collected money from owner through settlement negotiations based on lien and bond claims.
$233,018.20Represented supplier in collecting money on natural gas pipeline project. Sued contractor for breach of contract and owner for lien foreclosure. Contractor filed for bankruptcy. Collected money from owner through mediation based on lien claim.
$207,742.90Represented subcontractor in collecting money owed on public high school project. Collected money from contractor through contract and payment bond claims. (Contingent payment provision in contract slowed process.)
$32,516.19Represented supplier in collecting money on private commercial building. Sued contractor for breach of contract. Obtained judgment against contractor. Collected money from contractor through garnishments.
$7,704.81Represented supplier in collecting money owed on private commercial building. Sued contractor for breach of contract. Obtained judgment against contractor. (Could likely have collected money on a lien claim, had supplier sent the required notices.)

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