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Jul 28, 2015
In today’s competitive construction market, subcontractors need to learn and hone business strategies that keep them competitive and reduce their risks. ASA’s 2015-16 webinars can help subcontractors improve their businesses through educational training on such topics as contract negotiation, risk management, retainage, cash management, productivity, employment regulations, technology, and more!

Jul 28, 2015
ASA and the Foundation of ASA are providing construction subcontractors with the latest strategies and ideas to manage their businesses with videos-on-demand, webinars, and other resources on such topics as technology, retainage, mechanic's liens, negotiation strategies, cash flow, and human resources.

Jun 17, 2015
After the American Subcontractors Association told a U.S. appeals court that construction insureds ought to be able to rely on their liability insurance to protect themselves from property damage arising out of inadvertent and alleged construction defects, the appeals court agreed and reversed a district court ruling that threatened the coverage for which subcontractors pay substantial premiums.

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