Construction Claims and Exceptions to Limitation of Liability: Bad Faith, Fraud, Recklessness
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide construction counsel on the exceptions to limitation of liability in construction agreements and claims. The panel will discuss how to address issues of bad faith, potential fraud, and recklessness in the initial agreement and how to mitigate those risks.
- Limitation of liability
- Cap on damages
- Bad faith
- Intentional torts and fraud
- Other exceptions
The panel will discuss these and other issues:
- When would an act by a construction professional be deemed bad faith?
- What types of intentional torts by a construction stakeholder may be an exception to a limitation of liability?
- What are other potential exceptions to limitation of liability provisions?
Greenbaum Rowe Smith & Davis
Mr. Nudelman concentrates his practice in construction law. For over two decades he has represented members of the... | Read More
Mr. Nudelman concentrates his practice in construction law. For over two decades he has represented members of the construction industry across a broad spectrum of matters. Mr. Nudelman has defended and asserted claims on behalf of owners, developers, condominium associations, general contractors, design professionals, subcontractors, vendors and sureties involved in public and private construction projects. Mr. Nudelman has extensive experience handling construction claims related to a wide range of issues. These include payment disputes, change orders and extra work, construction defects, design and performance defects, errors and omissions/professional malpractice, building code violations, project management, delay and disruption, acceleration, liquidated damages, lost productivity, site conditions, warranties, project closeout, construction liens, municipal mechanic’s liens, condominium liens, payment and performance bonds, and public contracting.Close
Patrick A. Tighe
Snell & Wilmer
Mr. Tighe has a varied commercial litigation practice and assists clients in resolving complex disputes through trial,... | Read More
Mr. Tighe has a varied commercial litigation practice and assists clients in resolving complex disputes through trial, alternative dispute resolution, and on appeal. He has experience in many types of business disputes, including real estate and construction litigation, employment litigation, appellate law, business tort and corporate governance litigation, class action, internal investigations, civil rights and constitutional litigation, replevin, and judgment enforcement. In his appellate practice, Mr. Tighe has argued before the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.Close