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Indiana Common Construction Wage Act and the Federal Davis Bacon Act: Separating Myth from Reality

Here's how you can get the facts about prevailing wage law - and the practical advice you need to succeed. Prevailing wage is a mandatory component of many public works projects. Unfortunately, the law often raises more questions than it answers. What is the prevailing wage? What paperwork do I need? How can I avoid liability and complaints? What if I need help? Let's start with these reference materials. Purchase these reference materials and you will get the answers you seek - and the practical guidance you need to avoid penalties and costly litigation. You will learn the nuts and bolts of complying with prevailing wage law - minus the confusion and worries. Order now and get practical how-to's on surviving prevailing wage predicaments in your next project. Benefits for You •Understand the intricate rules governing prevailing wages and benefits •Adhere to complex guidelines surrounding wage determination •Implement surefire techniques for complying with the Davis-Bacon and related acts •Find out about the opportunities - as well as pitfalls - of project labor agreements Learning Objectives •You will be able to describe the common construction wage act. •You will be able to discuss recordkeeping and fringe benefit requirements. •You will be able to explain the Davis Bacon Act. •You will be able to review enforcement and penalties.
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Agenda

Overview of the Indiana Common Construction Wage Act
— Emmanuel V.R. Boulukos
  • History, Coverage, Basic Requirements
  • Role of the Indiana Department of Labor
Common Construction Wage Committees
— Emmanuel V.R. Boulukos
  • Function and Composition
  • Description of Hearings
Determining the Common Wage
— Daniel M. Drewry
  • Classifications and Classes
  • Computation and Exemptions
  • Recent Cases of Note
Recordkeeping and Fringe Benefit Requirements
— Christopher S. Drewry
  • Fringe Benefits
  • Certified Payroll Record Requirements
  • Responsibilities of the Awarding Agency
  • Collective Bargaining Agreements
Enforcement
— Emmanuel V.R. Boulukos
  • Audits
  • Penalties
Separate INDOT Process
— Emmanuel V.R. Boulukos
  • Basic Coverage
  • Exemptions
  • How to Determine Wage for Covered Projects
The Davis Bacon Act
— Emmanuel V.R. Boulukos
  • History and Basic Requirements
Coverage
— Christopher S. Drewry
  • Contracts Covered
  • Contractors Covered
Determining the Prevailing Wage
— Daniel M. Drewry
  • Secretary of Labor's Role
  • Classifications, Fringe Benefits, Determining Overtime
  • Other Payroll Issues (Deductions)
Enforcement and Penalties
— Emmanuel V.R. Boulukos
Project Labor Agreements
— Christopher S. Drewry
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Emmanuel V.R. Boulukos – Moderator

Ice Miller LLP

  • Attorney in Ice Miller LLP’s Labor and Employment Group
  • Advises clients on the creation and implementation of employment practices and policies
  • Writer and co-writer of articles and papers on labor and employment law issues
  • Speaks regularly on wage and hour, and other employment issues
  • J.D. degree, Maurer School of Law, Indiana University – Bloomington; M.A. degree, University of Texas – Austin; B.A. degree, University of Massachusetts – Amherst
  • Can be contacted at 317-236-2233 or [email protected]
Daniel M. Drewry

Daniel M. Drewry

Drewry Simmons Vornehm, LLP

  • Partner in the law firm of Drewry Simmons Vornehm, LLP
  • Practice focuses on areas of construction law and litigation, public contract law, surety law, and commercial and business litigation
  • Represents all participants in the construction industry in all types of project delivery systems and performance, and payment disputes
  • Frequent speaker and published writer
  • Member of various professional associations
  • J.D. degree, University of Cincinnati College of Law; B.A. degree, Purdue University
  • Can be contacted at [email protected]
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Christopher S. Drewry

Drewry Simmons Vornehm, LLP

  • Attorney in the law firm of Drewry Simmons Vornehm, LLP
  • Practices in construction law and litigation, public contract law, surety law, labor and employment law, and commercial and business litigation
  • Member of the Indianapolis Bar Association, Indiana State Bar Association and the American Bar Association
  • Member of various trade associations including the Construction Specifications Institute, Metro Indianapolis Coalition for Construction Safety, and Associated Builders and Contractors
  • Frequent speaker and writer of multiple construction articles
  • J.D. degree, Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis; B.A. degree, Purdue University
  • Can be contacted at 317-580-4848 or [email protected]
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Published 2014
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