Steven Nudelman, a partner in the firm’s Litigation Department, is on the faculty for a live webcast on “Navigating the Use of Economic Loss Rule in Construction Litigation: Practical Tips and Strategies.” The program, to be presented on Thursday, February 13, 2020 from 12:00pm – 2:00pm (ET), is sponsored by The Knowledge Group.
The significance of economic loss rule in construction litigation cannot be overstressed. The rule, a judge-established doctrine that bars parties to extend the reach of bargained-for remedies under an agreement, enables construction law attorneys to determine the type of claim that a certain party can bring against the other parties. With the continuous emergence of significant judicial developments, the use of economic loss rule in construction lawsuits evolves.
This program will provide an in-depth analysis of the fundamentals of economic loss rule, as well as recent developments regarding its use in construction litigation. Key discussion points will include:
- Economic Loss Rule: What You Must Know
- Recent Developments in Construction Litigation
- Notable Cases and Critical Issues
- Addressing Pitfalls
- Best Litigation Strategies
Mr. Nudelman concentrates his practice in construction law and the representation of members of the construction industry across a broad spectrum of matters. His clients include owners, contractors, design professionals, subcontractors and suppliers involved in public and private construction projects throughout New Jersey. He also represents community associations, unit owners and developers in lawsuits involving construction defects, budgeting and financing issues, and condominium governance.
Additional program information and registration details at: Navigating the Use of Economic Loss Rule in Construction Litigation