July 28, 2015: Got Paid? – Perfecting and Prosecuting Federal and State Little Miller Act Claims

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July 28, 2015: Got Paid? – Perfecting and Prosecuting Federal and State Little Miller Act Claims

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Tuesday, July 28 at 1pm

Prime Contractors: Will you pay for the same work twice?
Subcontractors: When, how, and who must you notify to preserve your claim?
Suppliers: Does the State or Federal Miller Act help you?

In this webinar, prime contractors, subcontractors and suppliers will learn how to protect, preserve, and pursue claims made under the Federal or State Miller Acts applicable to their public projects.

Presenters:

Brian Morrow
Partner
Newmeyer & Dillon

Brian Morrow is a partner in the firm’s Walnut Creek, CA office. Mr. Morrow practices in the areas of complex construction law, with an emphasis on construction litigation, construction contracting, real estate litigation, business litigation and insurance law. He has worked with owners, developers, contractors, subcontractors, architects, designers, engineers and sureties in the construction industry, focusing primarily on the preparation, negotiation and litigation of claims for additional time and money, claims analysis, in addition to counseling contractors and owners regarding the drafting and negotiating of contract terms, real-time advice during construction, claims avoidance, alternative dispute resolution and litigation. Mr. Morrow’s practice includes a wide variety of projects, ranging from residential construction to power and manufacturing plants commercial construction and design, and road, bridge and heavy construction.

Jon Straw
Associate
Kraftson Caudle

Jon Straw focuses on construction law and government contracts with experience in claim preparation, litigation, arbitration, mediation, discovery disputes and mechanic’s liens. He also has experience with insurance defense and public entity law. Jon has successfully represented and assisted prime contractors, subcontractors and public and private owners in both state and federal courts and before arbitration panels. Coming from a family of design professionals and problem solvers, Jon has a unique enthusiasm for construction.