The webinar will give them information they need to protect their interests.
Doylestown, PA (PRWEB) July 18, 2014
National Demolition Association is presenting the webinar “Covering Your Assets: Managing Contractual Risks” on July 31 from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. EDT on the NDA website http://www.demolitionassociation.com. The online presentation is the second installment of the NDA two-part series on contract best practices.
Presented by leading business contract legal expert Scott Fradin, principal in the Chicago law firm Much Shelist P.C., the webinars focus on the unique challenges faced by the demolition subcontractor. “Both webinars have been developed to minimize the likelihood of litigation,” said Kim Wieland, NDA Director of Member Services.
The July 31 webinar will focus on six key issues that should be addressed in a contract between the building owner, developer, or general contractor and the demolition subcontractor:
- The laws of the state where the project is taking place
- Flow-through provisions
- Limitations of liability
Fradin will share his knowledge based on years of experience drafting and negotiating complex design and construction agreements for owners, engineers and contractors. “With the growth demands that come with the current economic recovery, demolition subcontractors need to protect themselves during the contractual process,” Wieland noted. “This webinar will give them the information they need to protect their interests.”
Part I of the NDA webinar series, also presented by Fradin, is entitled “Covering Your Assets: Managing Contractual Expectations.” Parts I and II will soon be available on the NDA website. Registration fee for each webinar is $35 for NDA Members and $50 for Non-Members.
For additional information, contact the NDA at info(at)demolitionassociation(dot)com or by calling 800-541-2412.
About the National Demolition Association
The National Demolition Association is a non-profit trade organization representing approximately 800 U.S. and Canadian companies and many international firms that are involved in the demolition process. Membership includes demolition contractors, general contractors, civil engineering firms, and recycling, landfill, and architectural salvage operations. The association’s efforts help members stay abreast of environmental, regulatory and safety matters, keep regulators informed about issues facing the industry, increase public and industry awareness, and provide members with networking opportunities and information on the latest technical advances in equipment and services. The website is http://www.demolitionassociation.com. Twitter: @NDAMakingWay; Facebook: Facebook.com/DemolitionAssoc.