Presented on Wednesday, November 30, 2011 are industry contract forms developed by a coalition of concerned parties: owners, contractors, subcontractors, designers, and sureties with the purpose of protecting the best interests of the project rather than any single party. Those working on complex projects involving high capacity wells and pumps will encounter contract clauses not seen in typical installation jobs. In this workshop, you will hear key terms addressed and focus on changes recommended by NGWA on key issues like payment, completion, warranties, and liquidated damages.

Mike Madigan
Kegler Brown Hill & Ritter, Columbus, OH
Prior to entering law school, Mike worked as a project manager for a national contractor and has a degree in civil engineering. With his construction and engineering background, Mike seeks to provide practical advice that solves problems and avoids disputes. Mike focuses his practice primarily in the areas of construction law and litigation, advising clients on mechanic’s lien, collections and other issues in the construction industry. He joined Kegler Brown in 2005. Mike aids clients with all facets of construction, from the initial contract review to warranty issues. He also assists clients with their collection and mechanic's lien issues.

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