Learn the most onerous clauses clients and their attorneys insert in owner/architect agreements: how to spot them, how to negotiate their removal and how to arrive a compromise you can live with.
In this current market, clients and their attorneys are demanding that architects agree to ever more onerous contract terms. Learn what are the most dangerous clauses clients and their attorneys insert in owner/architect agreements: how to spot them, how to negotiate their removal, and how to arrive at a compromise provision you can live with.
Rick Randel is an attorney at MBV Law LLP, where he specializes in business and design law, including review and negotiation f architecture and engineering contracts, general business counseling, and assisting A/E firms in complying with multistate licensing compliance. Rick has many years of experience in preparing and negotiating contracts for architects, including those between architects and their clients.
Traps for the Unwary: Contract Provisions to Watch Out For
Time: Noon - 1:30pm
Location: AIA East Bay Chapter Office, 1405 Clay Street, Oakland
Cost: None; this program is open to all. Please RSVP.
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