Construction today is not your father's industry. With the growing use of electronic forms of communication and document creation, the rules have changed. Does an email constitute adequate notice under the contract? Are electronic signatures binding? How should I keep my electronic documents? Why should I care if my project manager is saving emails on her cellphone and not the office server? The legal ramifications to how your company views electronic documentation are huge and can result in millions of dollars of losses if you are not careful.
John Greenhall and Lane Kelman will help you and your company avoid the pitfalls of the information age and better prepare you for the continually changing role of technology in construction.
September 12, 2012
30 S. 17th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103