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On Demand Webinar: Hurricane Preparedness During a Restoration Project: How to Protect Your Structure in The Wake of a Hurricane

With the hurricane season upon us, an important consideration is how to protect restoration work that is currently taking place. Owners, contractors and engineers involved in restoration work, and the condominium and homeowner communities where the work is being done, must be prepared to deal with critical issues contained in their contracts and specifications. Engineers will also learn about what hurricane provisions should be included in concrete restoration specifications. Learn from the experts on how community associations can minimize their risks of hurricane damage during ongoing construction. The panel will discuss insurance issues, preserving evidence and bulletproof contract provisions to protect your legal rights in the event of a dispute after a hurricane strikes.

Moderated by Steven B. Lesser

Hurricane Preparedness During a Restoration Project: How to Protect your Structure in The Wake of a Hurricane, Recorded August 25, 2010. Running time: 59:43.
 

Steven Lesser

Steven Lesser

slesser@bplegal.com

Mr. Lesser is Past Chair of the American Bar Association's Forum on Construction Law, a nationally prestigious organization devoted entirely to members of the construction industry. The Forum is the largest construction lawyer group in the world and is known for its scholarly publications and programs focusing on developments and trends in construction law.

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