Session Type: Pre Convention Workshop
Location: Convention CenterRoom Number: 157A
Available Dates & Times
|New federal rules on paid sick leave and fair pay and safe workplaces add new headaches to electrical contractors who do federal work. In addition to imposing administrative burdens, both rules have significant implications for union emplyers. This program will discuss the meat of both rules, the contracts and subcontracts covered, the recordkeeping needed, and the potential implications of violations.FEE: $150|
Brian Wood is Of Counsel in the Washington, D.C. office of Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP. Brian is the former General Counsel of Keller Foundations, LLC and its US subsidiaries. Mr. Wood is highly experienced in matters involving both public (state and federal) and private construction, and in his legal career, has represented owners, contractors, design-builders, and subcontractors. As in-house counsel for Keller, Mr. Wood handled a broad spectrum of construction matters, ranging from contract drafting and negotiation, to claim preparation, negotiation, and prosecution. He has successfully litigated and arbitrated many claims both nationally and internationally. Brian holds a degree in civil engineering from Florida State University and received his law degree from the University of Maryland. Prior to becoming an attorney, Brian worked as an intern, project engineer, construction manager, scheduling consultant, and resident engineer on projects including the construction of major transportation systems, such as rail systems, highways and bridges. His diverse background also includes experience as a claims and scheduling consultant for various public owners on projects including light and heavy commuter rail, flood control (dams and levees), and vertical/building, construction.