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Session Spotlight: Heavily Negotiated Terms

ORLANDO, FL – What are the most heavily negotiated terms in construction contracts from the perspective of the owner, contractor, and subcontractor? Along with two other panelists, Peter W. Hahn, partner with Benesch Friedlander Coplan & Aronof
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Session Spotlight: Liquidated Damages And Stipulated Sums

ORLANDO, FL – Michael McKenna, the self-described “old man” of Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman PC, already had an engineering degree when he decided to go to law school at night in the 1970s. During those years of study,
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Vaccinate Or Test Weekly – New Proposal

WASHINGTON, DC – As detailed in a speech from President Biden, and in writing at whitehouse.gov (https://www.whitehouse.gov/covidplan/), OSHA is developing a rule that will require all employers with 100 or more employees to ensure their workfo
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CSC Session Spotlight: Contract Disputes

ORLANDO – Construction Super Conference released its educational conference schedule this week, and the panel discussion on Construction Contract Disputes Financing is once again on the docket. CSC Third Thursday sat down with panelist James G.
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CSC 2021 Conference Schedule Finalized

ORLANDO – The 2021 Construction SuperConference speaker lineup has been finalized. CSC is committed to offering enlightening and fully accredited conference sessions led by industry professionals who speak about the most up-to-date topics in the co
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The Future of Mediation By Video Conference

by Brian R. Gaudet HOUSTON – There are two significant ways in which mediation by video conference will change construction law and both are a function of removing the need to travel. First, video conferencing allows more people to attend a med
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CSC Early Registration Rates In Effect

ORLANDO, FL – Early Rates for Construction Super Conference are in effect. Early rates are a great deal for the conference, scheduled for Dec. 6-8, 2021 at the J.W. Marriott Bonnet Creek, Orlando, Fla. Third Thursday readers can receive 15% off the
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Industry News – Infrastructure; Masks; Employment

Many U.S. Adults Believe Workers Still Need Masks in the Workplace Nearly six in 10 U.S. adults (57%) believe employees should be required to wear a mask when working at an on-site work location, even after being vaccinated for Covid-19, according to
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Surfside Collapse – Legal And Regulatory Impact

SURFSIDE, FL – The recent partial collapse of a 12-story beachfront condominium has engineers speculating and experts pondering the legal and regulatory ramifications. Acknowledging the tragic loss of life, Wayne H. Kalayjian, PE, SE, CFE, director