40th Annual Construction Law and Public Contracts Seminar Materials

Publication Date: November 2019
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Pages: 812

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This comprehensive, stand-alone publication is direct from the November 2019 seminar, cosponsored with the Construction Law and Public Contracts Section of the Virginia State Bar.

Table of Contents

MEDIATION ETHICS
Thomas E. Spahn

MEDIATION ETHICS


HYPOTHETICALS AND ANALYSIS

WHEN ICE KNOCKS: EMPLOYER’S ISSUES AND DUTIES FOR
IMMIGRATION AND COMPLIANCE IN TODAY’S ENVIRONMENT

Tom C. Narvaez
Jennifer L. West


I. Relevant Agencies and Their Roles

II. What is Employment Authorization?

III. Trends Under the Current Administration

IV. Immigration Compliance and the Employer’s Role

V. Workplace Raids

FROM THE SURETY’S PERSPECTIVE: WHEN A CONTRACTOR
HITS THE ZONE OF INSOLVENCY OR FILES FOR BANKRUPTCY

Margaret L. DeVoll
Jennifer L. Kneeland

REHABILITATION OF THE CAVALIER HOTEL - PART 2
Dave Mykins
Greg Rutledge

I. History of the Cavalier Hotel

II. Sale of the Property and Financing

III. Investigation of the Existing Conditions

IV. Structural Challenges and Solutions

V. Construction and Unforeseen Conditions

VI. The Rehabilitation and Specific Challenges

VII. The Restored Cavalier Hotel

GETTING THE MOST OUT OF MEDIATION:
PREPARATION, PERSUASION & PATIENCE

Stephen (Hobie) F. Andrews
James W. Barkley
Courtney Moates Paulk


OSHA ON THE CONSTRUCTION JOBSITE
K. Brett Marston
Jay Withrow


CONSTRUCTION DAMAGES: THE ROAD FROM SPECULATIVE TO
REASONABLY CERTAIN


Part I - Evolution of Standards and Protocols for Establishing Loss of
Productivity Claims

Mark. I Anderson

I. Abstract

II. Introduction

III. Causes of Labor Inefficiency

IV. Historical Methods and Standards
        A. Measure Mile Approach
        B. Trade and Industry Studies
        C. Total Cost and Modified Total Cost Methods
        D. Comparing the Methods

V. Evolution of Project Controls Integration by Owners and Contractors
        A. Cost and Resource Loaded Schedules
        B. Earned Value Applications
        C. Integration of Cost Loaded Schedules and Schedule of Values
        Under Earned Value Project Controls Systems

VI. Conclusion

Part II - Legal Standards for Proving Construction Contract Damages in
Labor Productivity and Construction Defect Cases

Daniel J. Kraftson

I. Legal Standard for Proving Damages - Construction Contract
Dispute

II. Loss of Labor Productivity

III. Construction Defects

EXPERT DISCLOSURES: STATE AND FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS

Hon. Elizabeth K. Dillon
Hon. J. Frederick Watson


I. State Requirements
        A. Duty to Disclose
        B. Consequences for Failing to Disclose

II. Federal Requirements
        A. Duty to Disclose
        B. Consequences for Failing to Obey Scheduling Order
        C. Consequences for Failing to Disclose

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN CONSTRUCTION AND PUBLIC CONTRACTS
LAW IN VIRGINIA

Scott W. Kowalski
Thomas M. Wolf

Authors

Thomas E. Spahn

Tom C. Narvaez

Jennifer L. West

Margaret L. DeVoll

Jennifer L. Kneeland

Dave Mykins

Greg Rutledge

Stephen (Hobie) F. Andrews

James W. Barkley

Courtney Moates Paulk

K. Brett Marston

Jay Withrow

Mark. I Anderson

Daniel J. Kraftson

Hon. Elizabeth K. Dillon

Hon. J. Frederick Watson

Scott W. Kowalski

Thomas M. Wolf

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