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Original Program Date: February 22, 2018

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Receive an overview of the 2017 changes to The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Contract Documents.

Topics covered include a presentation from the AIA itself regarding amendments to their form contracts, the top-10 changes to the AIA A201 General Conditions, key AIA provisions North Carolina lawyers should be aware of or consider modifying, and examples of how certain terms in the AIA Documents affect experts and consultants.

Learn about what has changed with the AIA Form Documents, why changes were necessary, how to approach the revised AIA Form Documents and common real-world issues encountered when AIA Form Documents are used.

This program is designed to:

  • Provide a thorough understanding of the changes to the AIA Contract Documents
  • Educate attorneys on what additional changes they should consider to AIA Documents
  • Demonstrate the impact that an AIA Contract Document can have on a construction project when things go south

Planned by the NCBA Construction Law Section

Agenda
  • The Top-10 Amendments to the AIA A-201 General Conditions | Brumback
  • AIA Changes from the Designer’s Perspective | Nunnally
  • The 2017 AIA Changes: An Overview | Cobleigh
  • Changing the Changes: Coming to an Agreement Between an Owner and General Contractor when Using the AIA Documents | James and Johnson
  • The Real World – How the AIA Form Documents (Can) Impact Experts and Consultants on a Construction Project | Guernier and Pasco
  • Mastering Conflicts of Interest in Construction Matters (Ethics) | Loyek and Savage
Product Information
Date Presented:
February 22, 2018 8:55 AM Eastern
Length:
8 hours, 20 minutes
The Contracts They are a Changin': What North Carolina Lawyers Need to Know About the 2017 Amendments to the AIA Contract Documents (2018 Construction Law Section Winter CLE)

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Speaker Information
Christopher K Behm  [ view bio ]
Kristen Beightol   [ view bio ]
Melissa D Brumback   [ view bio ]
Ken Cobleigh   [ view bio ]
William D 'Bill' Guernier   [ view bio ]
Tracy T James   [ view bio ]
Neale T Johnson   [ view bio ]
Laura M Loyek   [ view bio ]
Parker E Moore   [ view bio ]
John M Nunnally   [ view bio ]
Hansell M Pasco III   [ view bio ]
Warren T Savage   [ view bio ]
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NC State Bar
Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) and Certified Paralegal Education (CPE) (Total): 6.00
General: 5.00
Ethics/Professional Responsibility: 1.00
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