NASBP CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS AND BOND FORMS WORKSHOP
Future dates and location TBD
If you would like to be notified of the next offering, email Ann Latham at firstname.lastname@example.org
This intensive workshop, developed in collaboration with the law firm of Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP, will cover the essential risk provisions in construction contracts and bond forms and will offer practical insights into identifying and addressing problematic language. Understanding the pitfalls and associated risks of ambiguous or unfavorable conditions in construction contracts and bond forms is a crucial risk management priority for contractors and their surety advisors. This workshop is certified to provide participants with Continuing Education (CE) credit and should be part of everyone’s training plan.
Contract topics will include:
Bond Form topics will include:
Miller Act Issues & Anti-Waiver Language
Declarations of Default Procedures
Conditions Precedent to Surety’s Step-In Obligation
Warranty and Long Term Performance Liability
Liability Under Design-Build and Alternative Project Delivery Forms
NASBP Member/Affiliate/Associates fee - $895
Non-Member fee - $1,990
Group discounts available, contact Ann Latham at email@example.com for more information.
The registration fee includes all workshop materials, including a copy of the book Common Sense Construction Law, Fourth Edition.
|8:00 - 8:30 am
||Registration and Continental Breakfast
|8:30 am - 12:00 pm
|12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
|1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
|6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
|8:00 am - 8:30 am
|8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Thomas J. Kelleher, Jr. is a Senior Partner for Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP. He graduated cum laude from Harvard University and graduated from the University Of Virginia School of Law. Tom has extensive government and construction contract experience on the spectrum of issues involving bidding, changes, differing site conditions, delays, and terminations.
Eric L. Nelson is a partner with Smith, Currie & Hancock and practices in the area of construction law and government contracts. Eric’s practice primarily involves dispute resolution of construction-related claims for public and private projects. Eric has trial experience in federal and state courts and before the various government boards of contract appeals. In addition to dispute resolution, Mr. Nelson has assisted clients in negotiating and drafting construction contracts.
Steven Nelson is Executive Vice President and General Counsel, SureTec Insurance Company and President, SureTec Information Systems, Inc. in Austin, Texas. He joined SureTec Insurance Company, a regional surety company and SureTec Information Systems, Inc., a construction financial services and risk consulting company in 2001 after six years as CEO of Faulkner Construction Company, a large construction firm headquartered in Austin, Texas. At Faulkner Steve was part of executive management and de facto General Counsel for sister companies involved in real estate development and the mechanical, stone and tile, road and bridge, and concrete pumping businesses.
Gene Rash is a partner in the Charlotte office of Smith, Currie & Hancock. Gene has handled a variety of construction claims and disputes involving such projects as office buildings, high-rise towers, hotels, laboratories, waste treatment facilities, shopping centers, and healthcare projects. Gene has also handled matters involving public project claims and mold litigation. Prior to beginning his law practice, Gene had experience as a project engineer and a project manager for a regional general contractor.
Located in downtown Dallas, the Hyatt Regency Dallas is withing steps of all the sites, restaurants and attractions of the city.
To make reservations, contact the Hyatt Regency Dallas at (214) 651-1234 Group Name: NASBP Meeting
NASBP Rate - Single/Double Room - $169 single/double plus applicable taxes.
Even though NASBP has a block of rooms available at the special NASBP group rate, these rooms could sell out before the hotel room cut-off date of Monday September 17, 2012. Room reservations are held on a first-come, first-served basis and NASBP cannot guarantee an accommodation once the room block is sold out. To avoid disappointment at not getting into the hotel, please call immediately to reserve your hotel room. A one night deposit is required at time of making the reservation. This deposit will not be refunded if the reservation is cancelled less than 48 hours prior to check-in.
Continuing Education Credit Status - 2012
|Alabama - Approved 10 credits
||Louisiana - Approved 10 credits
||Ohio - Approved 10 credits
|Alaska - Not a provider
|Maine - Approved 10 credits
||Oklahoma - Approved 10 credits
|Arizona - Approved 10 credits
||Maryland - Approved 10 credits
||Oregon - Approved 10 credits
|Arkansas - Approved 10 credits
||Massachusetts - Approved 10 credits
||Pennsylvania - Approved 10 credits
|California - Approved 10 credits
||Michigan - Approved 10 credits
||Rhode Island - Approved 10 credits
|Colorado - Approved 10 credits
||Minnesota - Approved 10 credits
||South Carolina - Approved 10 credits
|Connecticut - Approved 10 credits
|Mississippi - Approved 10 credits
||South Dakota - Approved 10 credits
|Delaware - Approved 10 credits
||Missouri - Approved 10 credits
||Tennessee - Approved 10 credits
|Georgia - Approved 10 credits
||Montana - Approved 9 credits
||Texas - Approved 10 credits
|Florida - Not available
||Nebraska - Approved 10 credits
||Utah - Approved 10 credits
|Hawaii - Approved 10 credits
||Nevada - Approved 10 credits
||Vermont - Approved 10 credits
|Idaho - Approved 10 credits
|New Hampshire - Approved 10 credits
||Virginia - Approved 10 credits
|Illinois - Approved 10 credits
||New Jersey - Approved 10 credits
||Washington - Approved 11 credits
|Indiana - Approved 10 credits
||New Mexico - Approved 10 credits
||West Virginia - Approved 10 credits
|Iowa - Approved 10 credits
||New York - Approved 11 credits
||Wisconsin - Approved 10 credits
|Kansas - Approved 10 credits
||North Carolina - Approved 6 credits
||Wyoming - Approved 10 credits
|Kentucky - Approved 10 credits
||North Dakota - Approved 10 credits
||Washington D.C. - Approved 10 credits
Workshop Cancellation Policy
All cancellations or substitutions must be made in writing. For a full refund, a written cancellation must be received 30 calendar days prior to the start of the workshop. Cancellations received between 15 – 29 calendar days prior to the workshop are eligible for a 50% refund. Cancellations received in less than 15 calendar days prior to the workshop are not eligible for refunds.
Credit Card Cancellation Policy
When canceling a registration paid for by credit card, all refunds will be issued by check only, a 5% processing fee will be deducted from the refund.
Please call NASBP Professional Development at 202-686-3700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org