On-Demand Webinar: Mitigating Construction Contractors’ Business and Financial Risks on the Job Site
As business restrictions begin to ease across the Mid-Atlantic region, more construction contractors will soon be returning to the job site. In Pennsylvania, the May 1 start date is when contractors will begin facing some of the greatest business and financial challenges of remobilizing their workforce. From unemployment issues to delays resulting from job shutdowns and new safety procedures, there will be challenges and additional costs on all jobs. Who will pay these additional costs and what options do contractors have under their contracts and with their workforce?
Contractors need to adapt to this new environment by understanding their contract terms and employment law issues, and develop best practices for tracking these additional costs for later submission of change orders.
Join us for this webinar as our panel of experts will discuss:
- Contract options to minimize your business and financial risks
- New trends in contract language
- Employment law considerations for employees returning to job sites
- New safety considerations and workers’ compensation issues
- Best practices for managing potential claims and change orders
- Methods to track additional costs on your jobs
- John Dorsey, Partner, Davis Bucco Makara & Dorsey
- Jonathan Landesman, Partner, Cohen Seglias
- Mark A. Guillaume, Accounting and Construction Industry Group Co-Leader
Watch the rebroadcast:
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