Most organizations eventually experience a construction claim on a project, whether from a disaster, subcontractor failure, contractor non-performance, scope disagreements or quality. Every project is unique and every claim is unique. Therefore, the processes and procedures required to ensure a cost effective and efficient resolution must be tailored to the situation. 

Part 3: Settlement

This webinar explored many real-life examples of claims and court decisions, including what went wrong and right during litigation. Also, presenters discussed your role in the dispute resolution process and how your work can add value to the overall success in a claim situation.

Learning objectives
  • Understand when to litigate versus negotiate
  • Learn how to avoid mitigation mistakes
  • Learn how to define roles and responsibilities

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