In her presentation, LaVan outlined the following topics:
Ensuring Payment for Public Contract Work
· Ensuring Payment for Private Contract Work
· Applying The Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act As a Way of Obtaining Payment
· Breach of Contract
Following LaVan and Bernstein’s Paul Robertson’s presentation, a cocktail reception followed.
LaVan, a Moorestown resident, concentrates her practice in the representation of small-to-medium-
In addition to the transactional services LaVan provides to her clients, she also engages in a commercial litigation practice in which she represents business owners and employers in the defense of business disputes and employment claims.
LaVan publishes and speaks frequently for professional groups on a breadth of business, employment, and construction law topics.
She serves as a board member of the Associated Builders and Contractors – New Jersey and chairs its Educations, Safety and Marketing Committee; is a member of Society of Women Environmental Professionals;
LaVan Law provides skilled legal services to businesses and business owners to help them avoid issues which are distracting to operating their enterprises.