An Owner’s Guide to Dispute Avoidance and Resolution
Tannenbaum Helpern partners Ken Block and Adam Felsenstein will present a webinar program, “An Owner’s Guide to Dispute Avoidance and Resolution”.
This webinar will take place on Tuesday, June 6th, from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM.
The process of design and construction, especially involving large scale projects, has the potential of creating disputes among the various players, from the owner to the suppliers of materials. This program will provide practical advice for avoiding and resolving disputes during and after the course of the project, whether they involve unanticipated costs, delayed completion, design errors or omissions, or schedule delays.
The program will be moderated by Ken Block, the co-chair of Tannenbaum’s Construction Practice Group. Joining Ken will be Allison Robin, the co-founder of Envoie Projects, an owner’s representative firm, and Adam Felsenstein, a Tannenbaum partner having extensive experience in construction litigation.
Registration information may be found here.
Construction Access Agreements: How Sophisticated Owners can Proactively Plan and Manage Challenges
Join Tannenbaum Helpern partners Melissa T. Billig and Maryann C. Stallone, and Timothy D. Lynch, P.E., Senior Vice President, Thornton Tomasetti, formerly New York City Department of Buildings Chief Enforcement Engineer, and Matthew E. Doherty, Principal, Zubatkin Owner Representation for an informative webinar on Tuesday, June 20. The panel will provide practical and proactive planning advice for owners and developers of construction projects in New York City. They will discuss changes in the laws requiring protections of neighboring properties during construction, tips on how to mitigate impacts on construction project schedules and budget, and ways to avoid costly litigation to secure access.
This interactive and dynamic discussion on current issues and trends will address:
- New York City Building Code and case law updates on neighboring protection requirements
- Developing pre-permit and post-permit checklists to avoid DOB intervention
- The importance of being proactive with neighbors and having a “Plan B” when neighbor delays impact project schedules
- Properly budgeting for securing and maintaining access, as well as neighbor disputes
- Recent neighbor “asks” and how courts are Handling License Fees and Other Costs
- Risk management and insurance coverage issues
Date: Tuesday, June 20, 2023
Time: 12:30-1:30pm EDT
Please contact Jennifer Papantonio with questions at email@example.com.
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