Gain an understanding of the B109™-2020 Standard Form of Agreement and how it is used.
In this topic, you will learn about the recently released B109™-2020 Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Architect for a Multi-Family Residential or Mixed-Use Residential Project, and B509™-2020, Guide for Supplementary Conditions to AIA Document B109™-2020 for Use on Condominium Projects. You will learn about all aspects of the B109™-2020, which is intended to be used on multi-family and mixed-use projects but is not intended to be used on condominium projects. If you'd like to use the B109™-2020 on a condominium project, then the B509™-2020 is intended to be used as a guide to explain and suggest modifications to the standard B109™-2020 language. Both of these documents will be explained and analyzed in detail.
Michael B. Bomba
AIA Contract Documents
- Serves as senior director and counsel at AIA Contract Documents and works actively in the creation and revision of AIA Contract Documents
- Joined AIA Contract Documents in August 2006
- Prior to joining AIA Contract Documents, worked at a private law firm in Washington, D.C., representing design professionals in corporate and litigation matters
- Member of the bar in both the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia
- J.D. degree, American University Washington College of Law
James (Jimmy) Germano, Esq.
The American Institute of Architects
- Manager and counsel on the AIA Contract Documents team in Washington, D.C.
- Works with the Documents Committee to review and revise the substance of the AIA Contract Documents and associated material
- Prior to joining the AIA, served as a judicial law clerk in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, Maryland and then practiced law for six years as a general litigation and construction attorney in the Washington, D.C. area
- During time in private practice, represented design professionals, owners, general contractors, and subcontractors throughout all phases of the construction project, to include contract negotiations, claims, and multiple dispute resolution forums, including state and federal courts, administrative agencies, mediation, and arbitration
- Member of the bars of Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia
- Undergraduate degree, Cornell University, was a Division I athlete; law degree, Columbus School of Law at the Catholic University of America
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