Steven Nudelman, a partner in the Firm’s Litigation Department, will lecture at an upcoming HalfMoon seminar on “Legal Issues for Architects,” which will be held on March 18, 2015 in Cherry Hill, NJ. This is the third year Mr. Nudelman will be participating in this program, which will provide all new updates on the applicable laws and regulations. The program has been very well received by attendees in past years.
In one of the morning sessions, Mr. Nudelman will lecture about contract law for architects, including the fundamentals of contract formation, standard forms of agreement, negotiation of terms, claims for relief, dispute resolution and the Construction Lien Law.
In multiple afternoon sessions, Mr. Nudelman and his co-presenter, Charles A. Spitz, AIA, NCARB, will cover topics including:
- Complying with New Jersey Rules of Professional Conduct
- Complying with New Jersey Building Design Law
- Understanding and complying with the building design
- Brief building code update and discussion
Mr. Nudelman, also a member of the Firm’s Construction Practice Group, concentrates his practice in construction law and the representation of members of the construction industry across a broad range of matters. His clients include owners, contractors, design professionals, subcontractors and suppliers involved in public and private construction projects throughout New Jersey.
Mr. Nudelman provides counsel on a variety of business disputes, including claims for breach of contract, negligence, professional malpractice, municipal mechanic’s and construction lien foreclosure, surety bond claims and Consumer Fraud Act violations. He has also represented clients who receive notice of regulatory violations lodged by enforcement officials under the New Jersey Uniform Construction Code Act. In addition, he has appeared on behalf of clients in state, federal and appellate courts and in local and international construction and commercial arbitrations. He also assists construction clients with transactional matters, including contract negotiations and drafting, with an emphasis on efficiency and practical results.
For more information visit: www.halfmoonseminars.org.