Legal Skills For Your Construction Business


This course is offered in partnership with MTCopeland.  This training includes three courses that teach you how to read construction contracts, how to write clear and simple documents of your own, and how to more deeply understand the landscape of construction law to ensure your projects run smoothly and your business is protected for the long runWith over 100,000 satisfied students and a course catalog of over 1,000 classes, we are here to help you – Invest in Yourself.


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Course Description

Equip yourself with the basic knowledge of construction law, so you always know what you’re signing, why it matters, and how it helps avoid costly delays and litigation.

Included Courses

Introduction to Construction Law – This course is designed for business owners, contractors or working professionals who want to understand the fundamentals of construction law and the legal aspects of a construction project beyond just contracts.

How To Read Construction Contracts – Construction attorney Karalynn Cromeens has been in practice for over 17 years. She is the author of Quit Getting Screwed, a guide to construction subcontracts and legal terms, and Quit Getting Stiffed, a guide for collections and lien rights for Texas contractors both published by Lioncrest Publishing. In this course, Karalynn walks you through a construction contract, explains what it means, and shows you how to advocate for yourself and your business.

How To Write A Construction Contract – Construction attorney Karalynn Cromeens walks you through a residential construction contract written just for this course. The template is simple, clear and written in plain English, so you can learn how to make it your own, use it for your business, and ensure projects run smoothly.

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