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This session will include a review of the most important contract clauses that roofing contractors should look for when reviewing a contract presented for execution. The session will include a discussion on suggested revisions to such clauses in order to make the clauses more equitable for the roofing contractor. Specific contract clauses that will be discuss include payment terms, insurance requirements, scheduling, and indemnification.
1. Identify the most important contract provisions in contracts they are asked to sign
2. Revise contract provisions to make them more equitable
3. Avoid taking on unnecessary risk when agreeing to perform work under contract
Speaker(s): Philip J. Siegel, Esq., Partner, Hendrick, Phillips, Salzman & Flatt
Target Audience: Owner/CEO/General Manager, Metal Contractor, Residential Contractor, Commercial Contractor
- Philip Siegel, Esq
- Hendrick, Phillips, Salzman & Flatt
- Atlanta GA
- United States
|Philip J. Siegel, Esq, Partner, Hendrick, Phillips, Salzman & Flatt, focuses primarily in the areas of labor/employment law, including defense of OSHA citations, contract consulting, and construction litigation, including representation of general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers. Mr. Siegel has also lectured on construction topics to a wide range of groups, including seminars sponsored by Lorman Educational Seminars, the Arizona Roofing Contractors Association, the Georgia Roofing & Sheetmetal Contractors Association, the Georgia Concrete and Products Association, the Macon Economic Development Commission Safety Committee and the National Roofing Legal Resource Center. Philip has also represented clients in the construction industry before the National Labor Relations Board, the Department of Labor, and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.