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Avoid Project Scope Creep & Properly Document Contract Changes (CCLN18A)

  • Product Format
    Pre Recorded Webinar
  • Presenter(s)
    John A. Snow
  • Conference Date
    Wed, November 28, 2018
  • Length
    60 minutes

Reduce Your Risk of Work Scope Changes

One of the most frequent disputes among the parties to a construction contract has to do with contract changes—from work scope creep to extras. Unless you properly document such changes, someone is bound to get less compensation than expected—meaning that tempers are sure to flare.

Don’t let relations sour unnecessarily. Instead, address work scope issues proactively, says commercial litigation attorney John A. Snow. In this informative program, Snow outlines why scope creep happens on a job—and how to prevent it. He then explains the legal concepts underlying project-threatening change disputes, the specific principles of scope creep, and how you should be documenting any changes that do come up.

Join this live webinar to better understand the rights and obligations of all contract parties when intended (or unintended) work scope changes occur. Snow will define “extras” and explain how parties can preserve the right to compensation for any changes in the scope of work. This is your chance to learn how to salvage project relations—and your proper compensation.

Session Highlights

Join this focused webinar to learn:

  • The conditions that result in work scope creep
  • What an “extra” is
  • Conditions that require a change order
  • How to document of work scope creep
  • How to preserve the right to compensation for changes in the scope of work
  • Which contract provisions address changes in the scope of work
  • Which contract terms resolve disputes over changes in the scope of work
  • What your obligations are to mitigate and avoid changes

Who Should Attend

  • Contractors
  • Subcontractors
  • Construction managers
  • Architects
  • Engineers
  • Owners
  • Vendors of construction projects
  • Construction attorneys
  • Paralegals
 

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About the Presenter(s)

 

Mr. Snow commenced his legal practice in Salt Lake City, Utah, in May of 1973. Since 1990, Mr. Snow has also had an active professional practice in Nevada. Mr. Snow's practice consists of general civil litigation, including general commercial, prof...More Info

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