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Presenter: Mike Cavosie and 4 more

Recording Date:

Recording Location: Indianapolis, IN

Type: CD/Manual Package

Product Code: 15614

Product Number: 18 INCONLAW 11 30 CDMN MB

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Description:

This audio recording is approximately 6.5 hours in length and is available for $289 (including shipping). Please refer to specific state licensing rules or certification requirements to determine if this learning method is eligible for continuing education credit.

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Agenda:

Registration:                        8:00 - 8:30 am

Morning Session:                8:30 am - 12:15 pm

Lunch (On your own):         12:15 - 1:15 pm

Afternoon Session:             1:15 - 4:30 pm


Improving the Project Outcome with Accurate and Effective
Construction Contracting
J. Kutch

   Understanding contract terminology
   Forming contracts Understanding contract obligations
   The law governing construction contracts:
      The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) and applicable state laws
   Subcontract formation and administration
   Performance and payment issues
   Breach of contract and default


Construction Contracting in Traditional and 
Alternative Project Delivery Systems:
Finding the Framework That’s Right for the Owner and the Project
E.R. Rodabaugh

   Legal rights/duties of entities under design and construction contracts:
      allocating the risk among owners, contractors, design services firms,
      subcontractors and suppliers
   Design-bid-build: entering into construction contracts and agreements
      in the traditional construction process
   Design-build: contractor-led, designer-led, joint venture
   Construction manager and construction manager-at-risk


Protecting the Owner and the Project:
Insurance and Bonding Issues in Construction
C. Daugherty

   Types of construction bonds
      • Performance
      • Payment
      • Alternatives to bonds
   Other types of bonds
   Types of insurance
      • Commercial general liability insurance
      • Builder’s risk insurance
      • Errors and omissions insurance
      • Additional/alternative insurance
   Controlled Insurance Programs
   Claims and notice issues


Making Changes and Resolving Disputes
During the Construction Process
M. Cavosie

   Making changes to the contract and contracted work
      • The contract change clause
      • Types of changes: ordered and constructive changes
      • Requirements for making changes
      • Liability issues
   Solving problems during the construction process
      • Site conditions
      • Delays
      • Disruption
      • Acceleration
      • Accidents


Handling Ethical Issues in Construction
B. Huffman

   Avoiding ethical issues during the bidding process
   Gifts, favors and the appearance of impropriety
   Your duties to your employer, the project owner, and other project participants
   Adopting practices that minimize ethics issues

Speakers:

Mike Cavosie

Easter & Cavosie, Indianapolis

Mr. Rodabaugh’s main focus is on construction law and real estate litigation. He represents many of the Midwest’s largest commercial and residential developers, owner’s representatives, construction managers, contractors, design-builders, subcontractors, material and equipment suppliers, design professionals and consultants, and other companies whose core business is not real estate and construction but to whom real estate or construction related issues are a significant concern. He has over five years of experience as an estimator and project manager in the construction industry. Mr. Rodabaugh graduated with distinction in 2002 from Purdue University at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis with a B.S. degree. He graduated from the Valparaiso University School of Law in 2005. Mr. Rodabaugh is a member of National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA), serving on the Special Issues Committee.

Charles Daugherty

Easter & Cavosie, Indianapolis

Mr. Daugherty focuses his practice on construction law and real estate. He represents many of the Midwest’s largest commercial and residential developers, owner’s representatives, construction managers, contractors, design-builders, subcontractors, material and equipment suppliers, design professionals, consultants, and other companies with interests related to construction and real estate. His first published article analyzed the relationship of business entities involved in construction projects and their ability to guard against liability through the use of contractual indemnification. Mr. Daugherty leans on his experiences in the construction industry to enable him to intimately understand the needs of business clients. He graduated summa cum laude, earning his J.D. degree from the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis.

Betsy Huffman

Easter & Cavosie, Indianapolis

Mr. Rodabaugh’s main focus is on construction law and real estate litigation. He represents many of the Midwest’s largest commercial and residential developers, owner’s representatives, construction managers, contractors, design-builders, subcontractors, material and equipment suppliers, design professionals and consultants, and other companies whose core business is not real estate and construction but to whom real estate or construction related issues are a significant concern. He has over five years of experience as an estimator and project manager in the construction industry. Mr. Rodabaugh graduated with distinction in 2002 from Purdue University at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis with a B.S. degree. He graduated from the Valparaiso University School of Law in 2005. Mr. Rodabaugh is a member of National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA), serving on the Special Issues Committee.

Joshua N. Kutch

Frost Brown Todd, LLC, Indianapolis

Mr. Kutch is an attorney at Frost Brown Todd LLC in Indianapolis, Indiana, where he concentrates his practice in the areas of construction and surety law, including litigation, contract preparation, review and negotiation, claims avoidance and general construction advice. He is a member of the American Bar Association’s Forum on Construction Law, the Leadership Track Committee of the Association of General Contractors of Indiana, and the Leadership Development Committee of Indiana Constructors, Inc. Mr. Kutch obtained his B.S. degree from Indiana University—Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) and his J.D. degree from Notre Dame Law School.

E. Roy Rodabaugh

Easter & Cavosie, Indianapolis

Mr. Rodabaugh’s main focus is on construction law and real estate litigation. He represents many of the Midwest’s largest commercial and residential developers, owner’s representatives, construction managers, contractors, design-builders, subcontractors, material and equipment suppliers, design professionals and consultants, and other companies whose core business is not real estate and construction but to whom real estate or construction related issues are a significant concern. He has over five years of experience as an estimator and project manager in the construction industry. Mr. Rodabaugh graduated with distinction in 2002 from Purdue University at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis with a B.S. degree. He graduated from the Valparaiso University School of Law in 2005. Mr. Rodabaugh is a member of National Utility Contractors Association (NUCA), serving on the Special Issues Committee.