Michael McKeeman will be spekaing at the National Business Institute's Managing Construction Contract Changes Teleconference on Managing Construction Contract Changes on November 3, 2008.
Protect Yourself When Construction Changes are Needed
Do you know what to do when unexpected issues arise? When it becomes apparent that changes need to be made to the original construction project plan, everyone involved should hope for the best and plan for the worst. Learn how to legally protect the project, your interests and your reputation when the parameters of the project begin to change midstream. Enroll today!
Learn how to protect yourself when a change order falls under the cardinal change rule.
Discover the consequences involved when a change order is oral rather than written.
Uncover the proper way to create clear construction contracts to avoid costly mistakes.
The Purpose of "Changes" Clause
Authority to Issue Change Order
Waiver of Formal Requirements
Oral Change Orders
Determining Cost of Changes
Creating an Effective Change Order
Register at: www.nbi-sems.com