Construction Contract Waivers of Subrogation, Indemnity and Contribution
Navigating the Complexities and Pitfalls of Waiver Provisions for Contractors, Owners and Insurers
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide construction counsel with a review of the validity and effect of waiver of subrogation, indemnification and contribution clauses in construction contracts, how courts interpret waiver provisions, and the impact on all parties to the contract.
- Overview of insurance subrogation in construction contracts
- Relationship between waiver of subrogation clause and other potential relevant contract language
- Impact on all parties to the contract
- Recent case law: interpreting waiver provisions
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What is generally the scope of a construction subrogation waiver?
- How are courts interpreting waiver of subrogation provisions in construction defect matters?
- What other contractual provisions will courts look at when interpreting the waiver of subrogation provision?
- How do contractual indemnification provisions impact subrogation waivers?
William E. Kelley, Jr.
Drewry Simmons Vornehm
Mr. Kelley focuses his practice in the areas of construction and real estate, and on issues related to green building... | Read More
Mr. Kelley focuses his practice in the areas of construction and real estate, and on issues related to green building and sustainability. He assists a wide range of clients with drafting and negotiating construction and design contracts, real estate purchase agreements, and lease agreements. On the litigation side, Mr. Kelley represents design professionals, contractors, owners, developers and insurers with construction, professional liability, and real estate matters.Close
Martin & Martin Law
Mr. Martin’s practice spans over 30 years of positive results for clients in trial and appellate courts, at the... | Read More
Mr. Martin’s practice spans over 30 years of positive results for clients in trial and appellate courts, at the state and federal levels throughout Texas and across the region. Mr. Martin’s areas of concentration include construction law, personal injury, commercial litigation, contracts, subrogation, insurance defense and professional liability. He often lectures on construction law and contracts.Close
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