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Wednesday

“Help Me Obi-Wan Kenobi. You’re my only hope”: How to avoid Bet the Company Mistakes

Date

Wednesday, April 3, 9:15-11:00 a.m.

Speaker

Angela Richie

Room

Sunshine Room

Description

Once you have signed a contract with a “bet the company clause,” any dispute you enter becomes a salvage operation, and even the best and most creative construction lawyer may not be able to undo what you have signed. This session will provide an overview of those bet the company clauses and what you can do to eliminate or mitigate them.

“I assure you, Lord Vader. My men are working as fast as they can.” How to Defend and Prosecute Delay Claims

Date

Wednesday, April 3, 2:30-3:30 p.m.

Speaker

Angela Richie

Room

Star Wars Room

Description

Have you ever had a project where the design changed or was late? Did the late design or design change push your fabrication schedule into a period in which you already had other work scheduled? Did you know that you may be entitled to compensation for such changes? Have you ever been accused of delaying Project? Do you know how to defend yourself against such claims?  

I’ve Got a Bad Feeling About This”: What Due Diligence Do You Need to Do Before You Bid or Start Work?

Time

Wednesday, April 3, 8:00 a.m.

Location

Crazy Room

Speaker

Angela Stevens

Description

Disputes often occur because the parties did not take the time to ensure their front-end documents, such as bid documents, plans, specifications, and contracts were balanced or reflected the true intent of the parties. This session will cover the importance of evaluating your front-end documents and how to best manage such evaluation in today’s fast-track construction environment.

Thursday

“Help Me Obi-Wan Kenobi. You’re my only hope”: How to avoid Bet the Company Mistakes

Date

Wednesday, April 3, 9:15-11:00 a.m.

Speaker

Angela Richie

Room

Sunshine Room

Description

Once you have signed a contract with a “bet the company clause,” any dispute you enter becomes a salvage operation, and even the best and most creative construction lawyer may not be able to undo what you have signed. This session will provide an overview of those bet the company clauses and what you can do to eliminate or mitigate them.

“I assure you, Lord Vader. My men are working as fast as they can.” How to Defend and Prosecute Delay Claims

Date

Wednesday, April 3, 2:30-3:30 p.m.

Speaker

Angela Richie

Room

Star Wars Room

Description

Have you ever had a project where the design changed or was late? Did the late design or design change push your fabrication schedule into a period in which you already had other work scheduled? Did you know that you may be entitled to compensation for such changes? Have you ever been accused of delaying Project? Do you know how to defend yourself against such claims?  

I’ve Got a Bad Feeling About This”: What Due Diligence Do You Need to Do Before You Bid or Start Work?

Time

Wednesday, April 3, 8:00 a.m.

Location

Crazy Room

Speaker

Angela Stevens

Description

Disputes often occur because the parties did not take the time to ensure their front-end documents, such as bid documents, plans, specifications, and contracts were balanced or reflected the true intent of the parties. This session will cover the importance of evaluating your front-end documents and how to best manage such evaluation in today’s fast-track construction environment.

Friday

“Help Me Obi-Wan Kenobi. You’re my only hope”: How to avoid Bet the Company Mistakes

Date

Wednesday, April 3, 9:15-11:00 a.m.

Speaker

Angela Richie

Room

Sunshine Room

Description

Once you have signed a contract with a “bet the company clause,” any dispute you enter becomes a salvage operation, and even the best and most creative construction lawyer may not be able to undo what you have signed. This session will provide an overview of those bet the company clauses and what you can do to eliminate or mitigate them.

“I assure you, Lord Vader. My men are working as fast as they can.” How to Defend and Prosecute Delay Claims

Date

Wednesday, April 3, 2:30-3:30 p.m.

Speaker

Angela Richie

Room

Star Wars Room

Description

Have you ever had a project where the design changed or was late? Did the late design or design change push your fabrication schedule into a period in which you already had other work scheduled? Did you know that you may be entitled to compensation for such changes? Have you ever been accused of delaying Project? Do you know how to defend yourself against such claims?  

I’ve Got a Bad Feeling About This”: What Due Diligence Do You Need to Do Before You Bid or Start Work?

Time

Wednesday, April 3, 8:00 a.m.

Location

Crazy Room

Speaker

Angela Stevens

Description

Disputes often occur because the parties did not take the time to ensure their front-end documents, such as bid documents, plans, specifications, and contracts were balanced or reflected the true intent of the parties. This session will cover the importance of evaluating your front-end documents and how to best manage such evaluation in today’s fast-track construction environment.