Andy Anderson to Speak on Federal and State Retainage Laws to Local ASAC Chapter

Partner and attorney Victor “Andy” Anderson will speak at the Triangle Chapter of the American Subcontractors Association of the Carolinas (ASAC) meeting on Tuesday, June 10. He will discuss retainage laws in North Carolina for both public and private jobs, as well as other contract issues commonly faced by ASAC members in their businesses.

The meeting will take place at the David Allen Company Conference Center, located at 150 Rush Street. Greetings and networking will begin in the upstairs conference center at 11:45 a.m., giving attendees the opportunity to briefly meet with other members and Anderson. Lunch, followed by Anderson’s presentation, will begin at noon. The cost of attendance is $25 for members and $50 for non-members. Without a reservation, the cost is $30 for members and $55 for non-members. All payments may be made at the meeting.

Anderson maintains extensive experience representing business owners, municipalities, design professionals, general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers in litigation and transactional matters, collections, lien and bond claims, construction disputes, administrative law, OSHA defense, contracts, licensing and related legal matters. He is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA) and the NCBA’s Construction and Administrative Law Sections, and is a former member of the NCBA’s Construction Law Council. He has led numerous seminars on construction matters for various trade associations in North Carolina and South Carolina.

“Retainage laws are applicable to every member of the local ASAC chapter, and I am happy to have this opportunity to share related best practices,” said Anderson. “North Carolina retainage laws are meant to protect subcontractors from the withholding of payment for their services, so it is important that those in the construction industry completely understand these laws. I look forward to the opportunity to further discuss this topic with local ASAC members.”

Reservations for the event may be made by emailing Alicia Lewis at