Steven Nudelman, Chair of the firm’s Construction Contracting & Risk Management Practice Group, is a program co-coordinator and will lecture at the “2023 Construction Law Forum,” to be presented in-person at the New Jersey Law Center on Wednesday, June 21, 2023 from 9:00am – 4:00pm. The program will also be broadcast as a live webinar. The full-day program will be hosted by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education in cooperation with the NJSBA Construction Law Section. Mr. Nudelman is Immediate Past Co-Chair of the Section.
The 2023 Construction Law Forum will provide a day of in-depth analysis of some of the most common areas in construction law. Panelists will address a broad range of topics, including escalation clauses, Little Miller Act claims, contract termination, issues when representing the design professional, statute of repose, affidavit of merit issues, prompt payment, liquidated damages, tips for negotiating subcontracts, and special mediation segments on advanced mediation techniques, and ethical issues in construction mediation.
Mr. Nudelman, who will present a segment on “Liquidated Damages in New Jersey,” is a partner in the firm’s Litigation and Real Estate Departments, where he concentrates his practice in construction law. For over 25 years he has represented members of the construction industry across a broad spectrum of matters. On the transactional side, Mr. Nudelman works with owners and developers, construction managers, general contractors, subcontractors and design professionals to prepare and negotiate contract documents for construction in the New Jersey and New York metropolitan area. His construction contracting work helps his clients manage the risk inherent in construction projects so they may adequately protect their interests now to avoid claims and disputes in the future. When claims and disputes are unavoidable, Mr. Nudelman draws upon his wide-ranging experience in construction litigation, representing clients in state and federal courts throughout the New Jersey/New York metropolitan area, as well as in local and international mediations and arbitrations.