Key Contract Terms, Conditions and Killer Clauses

Session Type: Pre Convention Workshop


Location: Convention CenterRoom Number: 157A

Available Dates & Times


Every contract has inherent risk−the key is knowing what that risk is and who bears the risk. This program will discuss key contract provisions and clauses that affect electrical contractors and negotiation strategies to reduce risks. Topics include payment, contract changes, scheduling, differing site conditions, insurance/bonds, and dispute resolution.FEE: $150


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    Gene Heady

    EUGENE J. HEADY is a Partner in Smith Currie’s Atlanta office.  He is rated AV® Preeminent™ by Martindale-Hubbell and was selected as one of Georgia’s Top Rated Lawyers of 2014 for Alternative Dispute Resolution, Construction Law, and Litigation.  Gene is also a mediator and arbitrator and is a member of the American Arbitration Association’s national Panel of Construction Arbitrators.

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    S. Gregory Joy

    S. GREGORY JOY is a partner in the Washington, D.C. and the Atlanta offices of Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP.   Gregg has divided his practice between public and private contracting, having handled hundreds of construction, commercial and government contracts cases since 1984.Gregg has represented clients pursuing and defending against claims in federal and state courts, boards of contract appeals, administrative proceedings, arbitrations and mediations throughout the United States, placing an emphasis on trying to resolve claims to try to minimize risks and costs.   He has also helped contractors to obtain or maintain federal, state and local contracts through bid protests and SBA size protests and has successfully defended contractors whose accepted bids for contracts have been challenged.