Construction Law: Ultimate Bootcamp

$195.00

Re-Broadcast on July 28, 2017

Construction projects present many challenges. From the time of contracting through project completion (and beyond), these challenges often jeopardize finishing a project on time and within budget, and can result in significant losses to those involved.

In this webinar, we will discuss best practices for negotiating contracts to minimize or avoid liability from claims, how to effectively recognize and manage risk, and how to deal with deficient plans and specifications including the resulting delays often associated with them. We will also discuss effective ways to address non-payment issues that arise during and after construction.

Key topics to be discussed:

  • Key Contract Terms
  • Managing Risk
  • Design Deficiencies
  • Changes and Delays
  • Remedies for Non-Payment

 
Date / Time: July 28, 2017

  • 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Eastern
  • 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Central
  • 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Mountain
  • 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Pacific

 
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Re-Broadcast on July 28, 2017

Gary Brown, Esq. is a partner in the Fort Lauderdale office of Arnstein & Lehr LLP and is a member of the firm’s Construction Practice Group. He is Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Construction Law. In 2016, he published a book with the Daily Business Review (an ALM Media company) titled Florida Construction Defect Litigation. He practices in general commercial and business litigation, handling both complex and routine matters for clients with special expertise in construction-related matters, including:

– Contract drafting and negotiation
– Dispute resolution
– Florida’s Construction Lien Law
– Payment and performance bond claims
– Construction and design defect claims
– Delay, inefficiency and acceleration claims
– Public Procurement/Bid protests
– Insurance/coverage disputes

Gary’s representation also includes assisting municipalities and local governments in all aspects of public work projects, from writing IFBs, RFPs, RFQs, and construction and design contracts, to carefully navigating through often difficult ongoing project disputes that jeopardize the proper and timely completion of the work, to successful project close-out.

Gary has practiced law since 1995 in state and federal trial and appellate courts throughout Florida, where he has gained extensive experience both in and out of the courtroom, and has conducted numerous trials and arbitrations to successful conclusion.

Gary’s construction litigation experience has involved the successful representation of large institutional owners, municipalities, general contractors and major subcontractors in the prosecution and defense of multi-million dollar wrongful termination, construction defect, design defect, and insurance coverage claims, as well as bid protests on multi-million dollar public works projects. His commercial litigation experience has involved the successful representation of privately held companies in shareholder derivative suits over corporate restructuring and sale of company shares; and a local title company in the defense of multi-million dollar claims by a national institutional lender for an alleged loan-kiting scheme.


Florida Construction Defect Litigation
By Gary L. Brown

An in-depth look at the variety of issues and parties involved in construction and design error litigation.

Construction defect claims can cover a wide swath of issues and involve large numbers of parties. Gary Brown breaks down these issues and the processes through which they are resolved in Florida Construction Defect Litigation. Covering standard claims procedures, key contractual provisions, standards of care, insurance, and the role of experts, this text is a necessary tool for all parties involved.

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Section I. Drafting and Negotiating Construction Contracts to Minimize or Avoid Liability

Section II. Indemnity and Insurance: Allocating Risk in Construction Projects

Section III. Dealing with Deficient Plans and Specifications

Section IV. Changes and Delays: Practical Strategies to Deal with the Inevitable

Section V. Handling Construction Project Payment Issues