AIA Contract Training-August 23, 2013

Attorneys Neal Eckel and Eric Hawkins of Durazzo, Eckel & Hawkins will be teaching a seminar on AIA Contracts at the Radisson Suites located at 6555 East Speedway Boulevard, Tucson, Arizona on August 23, 2013. The subject matter will include the Arizona Prompt Pay Act, AIA subcontracts, indemnification clauses and dispute resolution clauses. We will discuss our experience drafting, negotiating and litigating construction contracts in Arizona.

Discover how to protect your company and avoid pitfalls such as delays, cost issues, payment disputes and much more. Know exactly what will happen if things go wrong – and how AIA contracts can help you avoid these disasters by addressing the issues upfront.

For more information you can visit Lorman’s website. Please feel free to call us at 520-792-0448 or e-mail us at attorneys@durazzo-eckel.com with any questions.

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Eric Hawkins received his B.A. from the University of Arizona, and his J.D. from the University of Arizona College of Law. Eric has been with the firm since his admission to the bar in 2006, and became a partner in 2011. Eric practices primarily in the areas of Construction law, Employment law, and Business law. This work includes contract preparation and review, partnership agreements, construction collection claims, Registrar of Contractors matters and disputes both in and out of the courtroom. Over the past five years Eric has successfully litigated several cases involving business fraud, construction defects, and employment disputes. Eric has worked with the Alliance of Construction Trades in Tucson, and represents subcontractors and suppliers in the organization. Eric has written numerous articles on various issues including indemnification, construction contracts, insurance law and employment practices.