Mr. Michael Catania, Esq. will be presenting a program "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: How Differences in Key Contractual Provisions Impact Subcontractors" at the April 21st Northeastern Subcontractors Association (NESCA) Mid-Hudson Membership meeting.
Mr. Catania will review a number of key contractual provisions found in subcontracts, such as incorporation (flow down); warranty; changes/directives; arbitration/mediation; termination for convenience; and claims procedures. He will review these provisions by comparing and contrasting the good (AIA-unmodified), the bad (owner/contractor modified AIA), and the ugly (contractor's proprietary contract).
Attendees will learn how to differentiate between favorable and unfavorable subcontract provisions and how the differences in subcontract language can have a major impact on the projects you engage in.
Mr. Catania is a member of Catania, Mahon & Rider, PLC, a full-service law firm with offices in Newburgh and Fishkill. His practice focuses on construction and commercial litigation in the Hudson Valley and surrounding regions. He has achieved Super Lawyer status for the past three years running, is a Certified Construction and Risk Insurance Specialist and has been recognized by Martindale-Hubbell as a Top Rated Construction lawyer.
Contact NESCA at (518) 869-9800 to make a reservation.