Join us in discussing ways to maneuver through contract clauses and analyses of various impacts that may arise due to COVID-19. The panel discusses pandemic-related subjects of contractual rights and remedies, force majeure clauses, proper and timely notice, applicable case law, impacts to the procurement chain, schedule impact analyses and potential adverse effects of the pandemic on labor productivity caused by crew disruption, absenteeism, materials and equipment unavailability and other potential effects of the pandemic.
Presenting this webinar will be Paul Stynchcomb, CCM, PSP, CFCC, of The Ibbs Consulting Group, Professor William Ibbs, Ph.D. of The Ibbs Consulting Group and Allen Estes, a partner at Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani, a national construction law firm that serves electrical trades.
Paul Stynchcomb is a Consultant with The Ibbs Consulting Group. Formally, Mr. Stynchcomb was a Senior Managing Director in the Forensic and Litigation Consulting practice of FTI Consulting.
He has served the construction industry since 1984 as an expert in CPM scheduling, construction management, contract administration, and labor productivity. Prior to 1984, Mr. Stynchcomb held construction management positions in several major U.S. construction firms.
Dr. William Ibbs is the founder and leader of The Ibbs Consulting Group. He teaches construction management and accounting concepts at UC Berkeley, and is recognized as a leading thinker and testifying expert on various construction matters, including productivity and scheduling.
Allen W. Estes, III is a partner at Gordon & Rees where he advises clients on construction, public procurement, commercial, and renewable energy matters. Allen also serves as a Co-Chair of the Construction Practice Group.
In his construction practice, Mr. Estes advises developers, engineers, general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and sureties in all phases of project administration and delivery on public and private projects to include bidding issues, contract drafting/negotiation, project performance, project disputes, project closeout and warranty issues on transportation, infrastructure, marine, waste water/water, power and renewable energy projects. His litigation experience includes bench and jury trials, as well as arbitrations, throughout the United States.
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