Get Paid For All Your Work: Your Best Strategies, Tools, and Tactics
Time is money and construction projects rarely finish on time. That’s why it is not a matter of whether you will be impacted on a given project, it is only a matter of when you will be impacted.
A variety of situations on projects large and small can find you scrambling to get paid for all your work.
This seminar gives you the best strategies, tools, and tactics you can use to effectively preserve your payment rights and collect your money. We’ll show you how to give proper notice, what documents not to sign, and what you need to do during the project to reach closeout on a level footing. We’ll even give you some tips on how to avoid or mitigate your damages when faced with project challenges.
Tony Byler is a Partner in the Construction Group of Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman PC. As a trial lawyer, Tony focuses his practice on representing public and private owners, contractors, subcontractors and material men. He has handled major construction disputes, for both plaintiffs and defendants, involving educational facilities, hotels, bridges, high-rise residential buildings, prisons, waste water treatment plants, parking garages, docks, assisted living facilities and shopping centers. He has tried numerous construction cases both in court and in arbitration involving payment disputes, delay and disruption claims, payment and performance bonds, prompt payment statutes, mechanics’ liens, fiduciary duties, fraud, errors and omissions. Tony can be reached at 215.564.1700, [email protected]
Bill Haydt is a construction consultant with Trauner Consulting Services, Inc. His experience is in delay analysis, claim review and analysis, change order evaluation, report writing, and liability analysis. He also has experience with litigation preparation, working closely with testifying experts on reviewing statements, devising questions for depositions, and developing prepared testimony. He can be reached at (215) 814-6400, [email protected]