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Construction delay is a common issue that occurs in almost every construction. In this program, attorney Barry Bramble delves into the legal and practical issues concerning litigation of delays and other impacts on construction projects. The program begins by discussing what constitutes construction delay. From there, Mr. Bramble identifies different challenges that accompany setting up early completion schedules and delays. The program concludes with recognizing common problems and setting up contract defenses.
I. Understand what constitutes construction delay
II. Recognize challenging types of delay claims
III. Develop early completion schedules and delays
IV. Outline common problems and contract defenses
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Barry B. Bramble is an attorney, consultant and recognized authority in the specialized area of construction contracts and delay claims. He has advised clients on contracts and contract disputes, and provided expert testimony on delay, disruption, cost recovery, and other construction-related matters. He has authored several books on construction law including the landmark treatises Construction Delay Claims and Discovery in Construction Litigation, both in their 4th editions. He has worked as co-counsel, serving as a valuable resource to attorneys of record to meet the complex challenges of construction contract litigation..
Mr. Bramble has represented a wide variety of clients involved in construction claims and litigation on buildings and civil projects, education facilities, highrise offices, multi-family residential buildings, justice facilities, arenas, airports, highways, transit systems, and marine facilities in California, Pennsylvania, Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Utah, and internationally. Issues included delays, acceleration, lost productivity, differing site conditions, unit price variations, design errors, default termination, and other contract disputes.
Good course, well organized and clearly presented.
Excellent coverage of a complicated subject. Mr. Bramble is obviously very knowledgeable and experienced. These construction courses usually ignore the fact, however, that there are often three parties involved --- owner, contractor, and architect.
Perhaps Lawline's best lecturer.
Superb presentation. One of the best! Barry is fantastic!
I understand this area. Excellent overview
I suggest that more people read from a composed text as Mr. Bramble did. It's nice to listen to someone who is not stuttering or repeating certain words incessantly. Thank you, Mr. Bramble. Well done.
Very through presentation
Good use of the visual materials.
Well done .... Very informative ....
Good use of examples
excellent and very practical
MY FAVORUITE PROGRAM SO FAR
Interesting analysis of construction contract law.
VERY GOOD SPEAKER AND SLIDES WERE EXCELLENT
very good overview of construction delay claims, with real world examples.
Loved the charts. Great Speaker
Found it was good review of a subject I have dealt with in my practice.
The speaker conveyed the importance of understanding construction schedules. The visuals were helpful.
informative content and clear presentation
Obviously has deep experience handling these sorts of claims and presents the material well.
Excellent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Best course ever taken from Lawline
Very thorough discussion and well presented by Mr. Bramble.
He did an excellent job.
strong demonstration of mastery of the materials.
I was very impressed with Mr. Bramble's presentation. The charts and break-down of the information was especially helpful. Great presentation.
Really excellent presentation.
Outstanding program. Clearly and succinctly presented.
An excellent presentation.