Construction Bond and Contract Provisions Webinar presented by Partner Michael Jay Rune


If you've hired a contractor, you should understand the most important provisions in your contract and how these clauses can help you manage risk on any construction project. Attorneys Michael Jay Rune, II and Michael Kelley will cover the basics of construction bonds and common contract provisions that impact almost every construction contract in an upcoming webinar, "Control risk with contract provisions and construction bonds," hosted by Lorman Education Services.

Construction professionals, executives, managers, and attorneys will learn about the different types of bonds, how to identify and discuss issues related to bond and contract claims, and explain the most important construction contractual provisions.

About the Presenters

Michael Jay Rune II focuses his practice on construction litigation as well as surety and fidelity litigation and insurance law. In addition to tradition lien and construction disputes, Michael represents clients in crane and partial structural collapse cases throughout the State of Florida.

Michael Kelley practices commercial litigation, with a heavy emphasis on construction and design defects; additional experience includes construction contract drafting and negotiations, international and multi-national business transactions. He also has experience in  construction financing, construction materials sales, and was a construction laborer and foreman throughout high school and college.

View the agenda and register for the August 30, 2016 webinar here.

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