Managing Risks of Non-Payment, Defective Workmanship, Delay, Disruption, and Cost Overrun (On-Demand)

$189.00

This program will focus on the legal and practical considerations in closing out construction projects from the perspective of both the owner and contractor where disputes are present. The presenters will discuss payment issues including the assertion of liquidated damages, various categories of owner offsets against the contractor’s contract balance, mechanic’s lien claims, disputed changes, contractor claims for delay and disruption, and unresolved claims. The impact of differing contract types will be addressed along with the claims resolution process.

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Event Details

Course Type

Course Instructor

Bryan Forbes, Robert G. Campbell, Esq.

Original Date Of Course

General Credits

2

Course Description

This program will focus on the legal and practical considerations in closing out construction projects from the perspective of both the owner and contractor where disputes are present. The presenters will discuss payment issues including the assertion of liquidated damages, various categories of owner offsets against the contractor’s contract balance, mechanic’s lien claims, disputed changes, contractor claims for delay and disruption, and unresolved claims. The impact of differing contract types will be addressed along with the claims resolution process.

Principles

  • Managing payment risks from the Owner’s perspective
  • Managing payment risks from the Contractor’s perspective
  • Owner offset claims
  • Contractor claims
  • How the AIA documents treat recurring issues
  • Dispute resolution processes

Syllabus

  1. Managing payment risks from the Owner’s perspective
  2. Managing payment risks from the Contractor’s perspective
  3. Owner offset claims
      • Liquidated damages
      • Value of defective and incomplete work
  4. Contractor claims
      • Delay/disruption claims
      • Disputed changes
  5. The contract “Claims” process
  6. How the AIA documents treat recurring issues
  7. Dispute resolution processes

Instructors

Robert G. Campbell, Esq.

Bryan Forbes

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