Your contract provisions provide a roadmap for how you can manage your projects, reduce project risks and inevitably preserve your claims. “What Do You Do?” is a special 90 minute interactive session led by one of the construction industry’s leading attorneys who will help you better understand specific provisions and clauses that are usual to your construction contracts.
The session will focus on provisions that often give rise to litigation as well as contract provisions that may be better managed through meetings and possible mediation and arbitration approaches. Not all contract provisions give rise to litigation despite the fact that they may not favor the trade contractor prime or subcontractor. This session will review what select provisions mean and what you can do to best preserve your claims.
$159 for STA Members | $199 for STA Non-Members | $25 for Undergraduate/Graduate students
President, STA Board of Directors Principal, ALC Steel
Executive Director’s Remarks
Andrew L. Richards
Kaufman Dolowich Voluck
Long Island Office
Partner at Kaufman Dolowich Voluck (KDV Law).
Partner and Co-chair of the Construction Practice Group at Kaufman Dolowhich Voluck (KDV Law)
5:30 – 6:00PM
6:20PM – 7:45PM
COCKTAILS & HORS D’OEUVRES
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The session will review the following topics, and more, and better explain specific contract clauses and provisions with an eye on helping you and your project teams manage the contract process to preserve claims and reduce risk, during your project term and afterwards.
- Contract Review
- Extra Work Claims
- Delay Claims
- Limitations provisions
- Waivers and Lien Releases
- Liquidating Agreements
- How to Preserve Claims
Bring your team to session that will help them better manage your projects, your productivity and profitability.
- Project Managers
- Compliance Managers
- Other professionals active in the construction industry
LOCATION AND PARKING
Club 101 is located on Park Avenue between East 40th and 41st Streets, just south of Grand Central Terminal. The club enjoys close proximity to the Metro North Rail Road and the 4, 5, 6, 7, and Shuttle subway lines at Grand Central.
101 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10178
Parking is conveniently available on the lower level through QuikPark (212-661-7493). Parking garage entrance is on 40th Street between Park and Lexington Avenue.
If you have any questions regarding the event, please contact Samantha Sweeney-Annarumma at 212-398-6220 or email@example.com.