Whether you are new to the construction practice or are looking for a comprehensive refresher, this online seminar will cover multiple issues that must be taken into consideration in the realm of construction law. Join our experienced faculty as they cover a broad, basic overview of the construction process; the fundamentals of construction contracts and key provisions; the basics of insurance; and the impact changes and delays can have on a construction project. Don't miss this opportunity to build your skills in construction law - register today!
Learn the roles of all parties involved in the construction process.
Discuss the critical elements that need to be included in comprehensive construction contracts.
Discuss how mechanic's liens work and how to properly file a lien.
Walk through the fundamentals of insurance and its importance in construction.
Learn how delays can impact a construction project and how to work through them if they arise.
Run through the claims process in construction cases.
Overview of the Construction Process
Understanding Subcontract Terms and Flow-Through Clauses
Continuing Legal Education NY CLE
- 7.00Approval Exp. 10/24/2024
Ethics: 1.00Areas of Professional Practice: 6.00
This nontraditional format course has been approved in accordance with the requirements of the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board for up to 7.0 credit hours. 6.0 hours can be applied to the area of professional practice requirement and is approved for newly admitted and experienced attorneys. 1.0 hour can be applied toward the ethics and professionalism requirement and is approved for experienced attorneys.
Anthony J. Adams Jr. is a principal with Adams Bell Adams, P.C., where he represents contractors and other construction industry participants in contract negotiation, claims, labor relations, risk management, and other general business matters. Mr. Adams also has significant litigation experience in other commercial matters, including partnership and corporate disputes, real property taxation, and zoning disputes. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, and the Monroe County Bar Association. Mr. Adams is also a member of the Associated General Contractors and the Rochester Builders Exchange. He earned his B.A. degree from Indiana University and his J.D. degree from Albany Law School.
Larry B. Hollander is a member with Hollander Law Group PLLC where he practices in the areas of construction litigation, commercial law, public contract law, and trials. He earned his B.A. degree from the State University of New York at Binghamton and his J.D. degree from Albany Law School. Mr. Hollander is admitted to practice in New Jersey; U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit; U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit; U.S. Court of Federal Claims, New York; and the U.S. District Court, Southern and Eastern dstricts of New York; U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey; and U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut.
James E. Hughes is a partner in the law firm of Hancock Estabrook, LLP where he practices in the areas of municipal law, construction, employee benefits, and commercial litigation. He has served as general counsel for several central New York villages and towns, as well as representing multiple municipal and not-for-profit fire departments, advising them on issues related to municipal governance and consolidation. With more than 30 years of experience in construction law, Mr. Hughes is involved in negotiating and drafting design and construction agreements for public and private entities. He is experienced in successfully resolving construction defect and construction delay disputes, which often involve management of voluminous documents and complex issues. Mr. Hughes earned his B.S., magna cum laude, and J.D. degrees from the State University of New York at Buffalo. He is a frequent speaker on his areas of practice, and has presented at numerous seminars and lectures on the same. Mr. Hughes is a member of the Onondaga, New York State, and Madison County bar associations; the American Arbitration Association (Arbitration and Mediation Neutral Panel); the Construction Owners Association of America (Contract Document Committee); and the Association of General Contractors.
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