NY Real Estate Construction Transactions: Demystifying Construction Contracts for the Real Estate Professional

Production Date: March 24, 2017 Practice Areas: Contract Law and Real Estate Estimated Length: 4766 minutes


$ 89 Contract Law and Real Estate In Stock

Through the use of case studies and real-world examples, seasoned real estate and construction attorney Jeffrey Escobar walks participants through an in-depth overview of the major contracting construction transaction documents that compromise every construction project, including Owner/Architect agreements, Owner/Contractor agreements, and Contractor/Subcontractor agreements, as well as how they affect each other and the interests of your client. Presented from the specialized perspective of owners and developers, legal advisors and others, the program demystifies how to quickly identify and understand project risks, highlight the preferred position of each project stakeholder, the best practices for negotiating key provisions favorable to a client’s position, and a proposed real-world resolution.

This seminar is practical and useful for anyone who is tasked with reviewing and preparing construction contracts.

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Review major construction transaction documents in depth, and understand how these documents affect each other and your client
  2. Examine the perspective of various stakeholders, including owners, developers, and legal advisors
  3. Explore how to quickly recognize and mitigate project risks
  4. Identify best practices for negotiating key provisions favorable to your client 
Ann L.
Brewster, NY

lots of information thanks

Holly R.
New York, NY

Again, he is an excellent knowledgeable presenter and I have enjoyed his courses. Thanks.