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Understanding Construction Management Agreements Part 3: Defects and Damages


Created on November 11, 2021




This program is part 3 of a four-part series designed to foster a comprehensive understanding of construction management agreements (CMAs) for attorneys and other professionals engaged in the construction industry. Part 1 will cover pricing (cost plus, GMPs, and stipulated sums); Part 2 will cover scheduling; Part 3 will cover defects and damages, and Part 4 will cover insurance and liability. The faculty will consist of construction attorneys and consultants, and both technical and legal aspects of the construction process will be presented. 

Part 3 is moderated by Kenneth M. Block, Chair of the Construction Law Practice at the New York City firm of Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP with speakers Brandon Reiner, a senior associate at Tannenbaum Helpern, and Matthew Doherty, a principal of Zubatkin Owner Representation, a project management firm.

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Review the basic responsibilities for construction defects

  2. Discuss the contractual provisions regarding defects

  3. Provide owner responses to defects

  4. Examine the availability of insurance for defective work

  5. Assess recourse under CMA for defective

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