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What Attorneys Need to Know About Miller Act Payment Bond Claims

SKU: CON2700
Total Credits
1 - 1.5
Price$75
  • Online Access
  • Smartphone
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  • CDs/DVDs

Description

If you are a prime contractor, subcontractor, or supplier on a federal construction project, you NEED to understand the Miller Act and know what your rights are. This includes preserving your rights to payment against the Miller Act payment bond and defending, in the case of the prime contractor, any claim that may be asserted against the bond.

This CLE course will explain how the Miller Act preserves your rights to payment under its bond and how to defend that right, particularly against claims made against the bond. The course will review the language of the act, claimants, final furnishing, subs in privity with prime contractor and sub-suppliers who are not, releases and the statute of limitation that applies.

Lecturer Bio

David M. Adelstein, Esq.

David Adelstein focuses his practice on construction law and government contracting. He is a Florida board certified construction lawyer and practices construction law throughout Florida and in other jurisdictions. He has represented general contractors, subcontractors, design professionals, associations, developers, suppliers and sureties in a variety of construction matters including, without limitation, construction and design defect claims, construction lien and payment bond claims, performance bond claims, construction licensing issues, delay, acceleration, and inefficiency claims, bid protests, liability and property insurance (builder’s risk) issues, OSHA issues, workers’ compensation issues, termination claims, subcontractor default claims, Davis Bacon Act issues, requests for equitable adjustment and Contract Disputes Act claims, and a host of other issues that impact the construction industry. He has prepared and negotiated construction contracts based on various project delivery methods utilizing industry form contracts such as AIA, EJCDC, and ConsensusDocs, as well as other contracts that are not based on an industry form document. Through representing all players in the construction industry, from negotiating all types of contracts and being involved in all forms of dispute resolution, he has developed a diverse background and understanding of the many business decisions and risks associated with a construction project.

To learn more about David visit his website http://www.floridaconstructionlegalupdates.com.



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