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April 2014
EVENT

Contractor Default Insurance and other key Risk Management issues.

May 15th

Location: The Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach, Florida

Jerry Brodsky will be speaking at a working session on Thursday, May 15, 2014 at the Tenth (10th) Annual CDI Peer Group Conference hosted by AON Construction Services Group and Peckar & Abramson at The Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach, Florida. During this session, Mr. Brodsky will focus his discussion on Contractor Default Insurance and other key Risk Management issues. Tenth (10th) Annual CDI Peer Group Conference

with:
Jerry P. Brodsky


EVENT

Management Disputes:  Global Project Risk

May 13-14, 2014

Location: McGraw Hill Financial Global Headquarters in New York City

Jerry Brodsky will be speaking at the ENR – McGraw Hill’s Global Construction Summit at the McGraw Hill Financial Global Headquarters in New York City. The topic titled “Management Disputes: Global Project Risk” will focus on the international construction market and the unlimited opportunities and risks it presents. ENR – McGraw Hill’s Global Construction Summit

with:
Jerry P. Brodsky


NEWS

Monique Cardenas wrote an article titled “How Green Construction Can Leed to Green Litigation” published in The Magazine of the Construction Association of South Florida Construction ink!’s Winter 2014 edition. The article emphasizes the development of green construction including green building code standards and green building codes and how they have lead to the emergence of litigation.



NEWS

Michael A. Branca and Lori Ann Lange co-authored a chapter in a book entitled Inside the Minds: Litigation Strategies for Government Contracts, published by Aspatore Books from Thomson Rueters (c) 2014. The chapter titled Risks and Strategies in Government Contract Litigation provides an overview of contract disputes between a contractor and the federal government, explores a contractor’s motives for filing a dispute, the most common subjects of government contract disputes, and the importance of understanding the provisions and clauses of a government contract and the procedures outlined in the Contract Disputes Act and Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) when it comes to filing a claim against the government. The chapter also addresses the differences between litigating with the government versus litigating a private party and the alternatives to government contract litigation.


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EVENT

High Risk Construction and Best Practices to Avoid Claims for Construction Defects

April 17th

Location: One S.E. Third Avenue, Suite 3050, Miami, Florida

Peckar & Abramson will be hosting a Peer Conference titled “High Risk Construction and Best Practices to Avoid Claims for Construction Defects” on April 17th from 8:00am to 10:00am in our Miami Office located at One S.E. Third Avenue, Suite 3050, Miami, Florida. The program will address high-risk building components and those we most frequently see as the subject of claims for construction defects. We will also discuss and analyze the steps that can be taken, from a legal and technical perspective to avoid such claims.

with:
Stephen H. Reisman