By Heidi J. Ellsworth, RCS Partner.
Legal issues are a fact of life in the roofing industry, and roofing contractors need to make the most of every resource available. Compliance with regulations, litigation, and product claims and disputes are all part of a roofing contractor’s daily business. RoofersCoffeeShop® was very happy to interview Stephen Phillips and Alison LaValley about the upcoming NRLRC 40th Anniversary Seminar in New York City, September 18-21, 2019.
In a podcast LaValley and Phillips share information about the upcoming 40th Anniversary Seminar in New York City. For forty years, the National Roofing Legal Resource Center (NRLRC), in conjunction with the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA), has developed and delivered unique legal products, services and education to enable roofing contractors to successfully manage and respond effectively to the legal issues affecting their business.
Phillips and LaValley share information about this year’s NRLRC seminar taking place in the Big Apple on September 18-21, at the New York Hilton Midtown. New York City will provide the backdrop to an extraordinary three-day learning experience that offers roofing contractors 13+ hours of in-depth legal, contractual, technical and business information that can’t be found anywhere else. In addition, contractors will discover 5-10 new ideas that can implemented immediately upon their return to the office.
“Contractors will have the opportunity to learn from some of the roofing industry’s brightest experts while interacting with their peers in a hands-on format,” stated Alison LaValley, NRLRC’s executive director. “The seminar will feature legal experts Stephen Phillips, Phillip Siegel and Trent Cotney, as well as roofing industry experts Reid Ribble, Mark Graham and Tom Shanahan.”
The podcast talks about the different seminars and workshops that will be available. The seminar allows attendees to share ideas and best practices, find solutions to problems, and build a lasting professional support network and business relationships that will thrive long after the event.
Listen to the Podcast here. For more information about the seminar and to register, please contact Alison LaValley or Anne Schroeder at (847) 299-9092 or visit the NRLRC Annual Seminar website or www.nrlrc.net.