Jennifer Horn, Partner in the Construction group of Cohen Seglias is speaking on Comparative Analysis of Critical Construction and Design Provisions Between Mid-Atlantic States at Providence Engineering in Lancaster, PA, on Tuesday, January 14th.
For an increasing number of construction related entities – including design professionals – survival in the current economy has meant expansion of both geographic and substantive work area comfort zones. Those who cross geographic borders; however, must understand how different construction laws change with the State.
This program will analyze how state law changes throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, with a focus on payment statutes. In particular, we will analyze the differences in private prompt payment acts, the enforceability of pay-if-paid and pay-when-paid clauses, mechanics’ liens issues, statutes of limitations, and the enforceability of notice provisions in construction contracts. This audience directed map based program simplifies the important construction contract provisions that make a difference.
The lunch & learn seminar will cover topics including:
- Recognition of Critical Provisions Common to Most Construction/Design Contract Regardless of Applicable State/Federal Law
- Understanding of Several Industry Construction Contracting Trends
- Understanding Differences and Similarities Between Other Critical Construction Provisions For PA, NJ, VA, DE and NY
- Understanding Key Bonding Principals and Comparing State Bond Acts
Cal Beyer, Vice President of Construction Solutions at Murray Securus, will also address industry trends and hot topics for the design professional.
For more information on this AIA accredited program, contact Kerstin Isaacs at email@example.com.