Scope of work is extremely important.
The most important part of construction contract drafting is to strike a fair and appropriate allocation of risk amongst the parties. Any risks that can’t be fairly allocated need to be addressed by insurance or surety bonds. The scope of work defines the work a party has agreed to perform under the contract, including work that the contractor will not perform. Scope of work will be used to determine whether work is extra, whether site conditions are differing, etc. Our speaker reviews drafting the scope of work and contract terms and documents that may be used.
Seth M. Pasakarnis
Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP
- Associate in the office of Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP
- Practice emphasizes all aspects of construction industry, including all aspects of construction law, contractual disputes, lien work, bond claims, construction and design defect claims, bid disputes, litigation, dispute resolution, and drafting and negotiating construction contract documents for all types of project delivery
- Counsels clients on all business aspects of planning, initiating and completing construction-related projects
- Member of numerous professional organizations
- J.D. degree, cum laude, Suffolk University Law School; B.S. and M.S. degrees in engineering from Tufts University
- Can be contacted at [email protected] or 617-378-4416
All of your training, right here at Lorman.
Pay once and get a full year of unlimited training in any format, any time!
- Live Webinars
- OnDemand Webinars
- MP3 Downloads
- Course Manuals
- Audio Recordings*
- Executive Reports
- White Papers and Articles
- Sponsored Live Webinars
Additional benefits include:
- State Specific Credit Tracker
- Members Only Newsletter
- All-Access Pass Course Concierge
* For audio recordings you only pay shipping
Questions? Call 877-296-2169 to speak with a real person.