This seminar is designed for attorneys, project managers, presidents and vice presidents, contractors, subcontractors, architects, engineers, principals and real estate developers involved with construction projects.
This program will provide an overview of the various claims typically confronted in construction litigation. The faculty will discuss how to approach and analyze construction litigation from the perspective of the owner, the general contractor, subcontractors and suppliers. When discussing the different claims, the speakers will focus on both the liability and damages components. How contract provisions, such as no damage for delay clauses, impact or limit claims will also be explored. Finally, the seminar materials will include sample complaints for owner, contractor and subcontractor claims.
Topics to be discussed include:
Public Bidding And Bid Protests
Contractor And Subcontractor Payment Remedies
Owner Claims For Defective Or Untimely Performance
Contractor Claims Against Owners And Design Professionals
Expert Witnesses And Demonstrative Evidence In Construction Litigation