On-Demand Webinars
Change Orders and Constructive Changes
Construction Contracts and Risk Management
This is Session 1 of a 14- part series on Construction This program presents a thorough review of the changes process on construction projects using the federal government and private contract clauses, analyzing and discussing express, constructive and cardinal changes. Coverage includes a thorough review of the mechanics of the clauses and a practical review of how express and construction changes arise, recognizing changes, documenting the claim and risk management aspects considered from the owner, general contractor and subcontractor's perspective. The discussion includes the analysis of potential revisions to the private form clauses and subcontract forms to consider in managing the risk of changes during construction.
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Changes in the Work- Key Aspects of the Public and Private Contract Changes Clauses
Construction Contracts and Risk Management
The final installment in the construction contract webinar series, this program provides a thorough analysis of changes in the scope of the work. Coverage includes both the substantive aspects such as entitlement to a claim for additional cost or time of performance, and administrative aspects such as notice, documentation, pass-through and payment bond issues. The focus of the webinar is recognition of change events and how to mitigate the risk of delays and payment claims from the sometimes disparate perspective of the owner, general contractor and subcontractor. This live webinar is eligible for both CLE and CPE credit. NOTE: CPE/CLE credit for attendees are subject to participation and approval by the governing boards. Presented by James Newland. The Advanced Webinar Series on Construction Contracts and Risk Management. This fourteen-part webinar series is a deep dive into construction contracts, claims and risk management as it presents and analyzes the risks that arise on construction projects, the contract clauses and drafting considerations in allocating those risks, and the claims and disputes methods and procedures used in documenting, presenting, mediating, arbitrating or litigating the claims when they arise. Along the way, the course presents and analyzes those topics from the perspective of the owner, general contractor and subcontractors operating on public or private construction projects. The topics are presented from both a legal and practical standpoint and the program discusses the substantive and administrative aspects of the key clauses, risks and claims prevalent on public and private construction projects.
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Construction Claims- Preparation and Documentation
Construction Contracts and Risk Management
Claims management is a vital aspect of private construction projects. This webinar analyzes the types of claims arising on construction projects and the methods of proof and presentation of the claims in mediation, arbitration or litigation. Issues of entitlement and quantum are covered along with the categories of cost and the records used in the factual presentation and calculation of delays and damages, the use of expert witnesses, and consideration of the contract clauses as they impact the interests of the owner, general contractor and subcontractor. The course concludes with a discussion of the substantive and procedural aspects of the claims and modifications to contract clauses to address the assignment of risk. Presented by James Newland. Series Description: The Advanced Webinar Series on Construction Contracts and Risk Management. This fourteen-part webinar series is a deep dive into construction contracts, claims and risk management as it presents and analyzes the risks that arise on construction projects, the contract clauses and drafting considerations in allocating those risks, and the claims and disputes methods and procedures used in documenting, presenting, mediating, arbitrating or litigating the claims when they arise. Along the way, the course presents and analyzes those topics from the perspective of the owner, general contractor and subcontractors operating on public or private construction projects. The topics are presented from both a legal and practical standpoint and the program discusses the substantive and administrative aspects of the key clauses, risks and claims prevalent on public and private construction projects.
On-Demand Webinars
Construction Contract Risk Management- The Subcontractor's Perspective
Construction Contracts and Risk Management
This is Session 8 of a 14- part series on Construction. Presented from the subcontractor's perspective and recognizing its interests, this course provides an in-depth analysis of pass-through aspects of construction contracts and the methods of recognizing and accounting for the risks arising from the construction project, including the claims and notice requirements associated with changes, differing site conditions, delays, disputes, and payment terms. The course addresses methods of perfecting and presenting subcontractor claims and disputes whether they arise from general contractor conduct, other subcontractor's conduct, or from the owner's conduct. The discussion focuses on the contract terms to assist the subcontractor in recognizing the risks and properly account for them in negotiating the subcontract and administering it during performance. Presented by James Newland. Series Description: The Advanced Webinar Series on Construction Contracts and Risk Management. This fourteen-part webinar series is a deep dive into construction contracts, claims and risk management as it presents and analyzes the risks that arise on construction projects, the contract clauses and drafting considerations in allocating those risks, and the claims and disputes methods and procedures used in documenting, presenting, mediating, arbitrating or litigating the claims when they arise. Along the way, the course presents and analyzes those topics from the perspective of the owner, general contractor and subcontractors operating on public or private construction projects. The topics are presented from both a legal and practical standpoint and the program discusses the substantive and administrative aspects of the key clauses, risks and claims prevalent on public and private construction projects.
On-Demand Webinars
Construction Contract Risk Management- The General Contractor's Perspective
Construction Contracts and Risk Management
This is Session 7 of a 14- part series on Construction. Presented from the general contractor's perspective and recognizing its interests, this course provides an in-depth analysis of pass-through aspects of construction contracts and the methods of recognizing and accounting for the risks arising from the construction project, including the claims and notice requirements associated with changes, differing site conditions, delays, disputes, and payment terms, including methods of dealing with subcontractor claims and disputes when they arise from owner conduct or when arising from general contractor conduct. The object of the course is to allow the general contractor to recognize the risks and properly account for them in negotiating and administering the prime contract and its subcontracts during performance.
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Contract Notice Requirements
Construction Contracts and Risk Management
FPSOnline course coverage includes an advanced discussion of the legal and practical aspects including recovery where a formal notice is lacking, potential savings theories such as the lack of prejudice and constructive or actual notice, and the authority of those with whom we deal. Also, the program offers a review of risk management issues involved in notice requirements in the chain of privity from the owner to general contractor to subcontractor.
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Differing Site Conditions- The Standard Clauses and the Claims
Construction Contracts and Risk Management
This webinar covers the contractual methods of dealing with the prospect of encountering and paying for concealed, unforeseen or unknown conditions encountered during construction, including the use of Type 1 and Type 2 differing site conditions under the USG and private construction contracts. The course covers the legal and practical aspects of recovery, including the implications of pre-bid site investigations, preconstruction services, the use of contingencies, documenting the conditions and notice requirements. Series Description- Construction Contracts and Risk Management
CLE
On-Demand Webinars
Insurance Construction Issues - Bruner & O'Connor Chapter 11
This program covers the anatomy of a construction insurance policy and insights to coverage.
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Mechanic's Liens: Claims and Defenses
Construction Contracts and Risk Management
On private construction projects mechanic's liens are an important remedy in the event the owner or general contractor fails to make payment when due. This webinar covers the practical aspects of mechanic's lien claims, notice requirements whether pre-lien or contemporaneous and removing liens through the use of bonds or cash payments into court. The coverage includes the terms and coverage of lien releases including partial, final, conditional and unconditional releases, as well as the impact of pending changes on the releases given during performance. Presented by James Newland. Series Description: The Advanced Webinar Series on Construction Contracts and Risk Management. This fourteen-part webinar series is a deep dive into construction contracts, claims and risk management as it presents and analyzes the risks that arise on construction projects, the contract clauses and drafting considerations in allocating those risks, and the claims and disputes methods and procedures used in documenting, presenting, mediating, arbitrating or litigating the claims when they arise. Along the way, the course presents and analyzes those topics from the perspective of the owner, general contractor and subcontractors operating on public or private construction projects. The topics are presented from both a legal and practical standpoint and the program discusses the substantive and administrative aspects of the key clauses, risks and claims prevalent on public and private construction projects.
On-Demand Webinars
Prosecution and Defense of Government Construction Contract Claims
Construction Contracts and Risk Management
Claims against the government on federal government construction contracts is a normal aspect of public construction projects. This webinar analyzes the types of claims arising on government construction projects and the methods of proof and presentation of the claim in mediation or litigation. Issues of entitlement and quantum are covered along with the categories of cost and the records used in the factual presentation and calculation of delays and damages, the use of expert witnesses, and consideration of the contract clauses as they impact the interests of the general contractor and subcontractor. The course concludes with a discussion of the substantive and procedural aspects of the claims and modifications to contract clauses to address the assignment of risk. Presented by James Newland. Series Description: The Advanced Webinar Series on Construction Contracts and Risk Management. This fourteen-part webinar series is a deep dive into construction contracts, claims and risk management as it presents and analyzes the risks that arise on construction projects, the contract clauses and drafting considerations in allocating those risks, and the claims and disputes methods and procedures used in documenting, presenting, mediating, arbitrating or litigating the claims when they arise. Along the way, the course presents and analyzes those topics from the perspective of the owner, general contractor and subcontractors operating on public or private construction projects. The topics are presented from both a legal and practical standpoint and the program discusses the substantive and administrative aspects of the key clauses, risks and claims prevalent on public and private construction projects.
On-Demand Webinars
Specifications- Methods of Specifying and Defective Specification Claims
Construction Contracts and Risk Management
Recognizing the method of specification and the associated allocation of risk is the focus of this webinar. The material presented explains the types of specifications as well as the legal and risk management aspects associated with detailed design and performance specification standards prevalent in construction contracts. The webinar includes a review of the notice and claim aspects of the changes clauses as well as associated issues of delay and suspension of the work that may arise from defective specification cases. Presented by James Newland. Series Description- Construction Contracts and Risk Management This fourteen-part webinar series is a deep dive into construction contracts, claims and risk management as it presents and analyzes the risks that arise on construction projects, the contract clauses and drafting considerations in allocating those risks, and the claims and disputes methods and procedures used in documenting, presenting, mediating, arbitrating or litigating the claims when they arise. Along the way, the course presents and analyzes those topics from the perspective of the owner, general contractor and subcontractors operating on public or private construction projects. The topics are presented from both a legal and practical standpoint and the program discusses the substantive and administrative aspects of the key clauses, risks and claims prevalent on public and private construction projects.
On-Demand Webinars
Wage & Hour Compliance in Construction Davis-Bacon, CWHSSA and the FLSA
Construction Contracts and Risk Management
Taught by a former Acting Administrator of the U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division, this course provides practical guidance on the application of the Davis Bacon Act, the Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act, and the Fair Labor Standards Act to construction projects funded by the USG. Course coverage includes a review of compliance techniques and practices for general contractors and subcontractors.