BCA Insurance Group, a property/casualty insurance and surety company serving the construction industry, among others, has teamed with Connell Foley LLP, a full-service commercial law firm with a dedicated construction law practice, for Part 2 of a webinar series designed to help contractors navigate the realities of doing business amid a pandemic, vaccination concerns, and risks and liabilities that didn’t exist in prior times. The upcoming webinar, “Looking Forward: COVID’s Impact on Contracts and Risk,” is free to industry professionals who register in advance, and unfolds on May 12, 2021.
Featuring experts from BCA Insurance and Connell Foley, the webinars focus on complying with the law while minimizing exposure, keeping projects and employees humming, maintaining profits at a time when many business owners find themselves at sea, and how to apply lessons learned going forward. The goal is to answer questions that are keeping construction business professionals awake at night.
“It’s become cliché to say we’re in a new reality, but contractors are in fact forced to deal with issues and considerations they never had to think about before. They must address these issues now to ensure continuity of business, protect employees and subcontractors, and protect themselves from legal exposure and financial risks,” says Lawrence D. Cohen, executive vice president of BCA Insurance Group. “They may be skilled at running a company, building structures and getting complex projects done on time and within budget, but still not know what to do with regard to a global pandemic. These one-hour sessions will equip them moving forward, and help them recognize red flags so they’ll know when and where to seek professional guidance.”
May 12, 2021, 1-2 p.m.: Looking Forward: COVID’s Impact on Contracts and Risk
Presenters: Lawrence D. Cohen, executive vice president, BCA Insurance, and Mark Fleder, senior partner, Construction Law Group, Connell Foley
Moderator: Rob Curley, market president, South Jersey, TD Bank
This webinar will address/answer the following concerns and questions, among others:
- How is COVID expected to change construction contracts going forward?
- What contract clauses are going to be most important and what can contractors do to try to minimize their risks?
- How will contractual changes impact other areas, including performance bonds?
- What is changing regarding insurance in 2021 and beyond?
- Will COVID drive up my premiums in 2022?
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