AUSTIN, Texas – During Covid-19, construction projects have encountered numerous challenges, issues, and problems. Contractors and subcontractors’ problems range from reduced cash flow and project delay to accelerated production schedules to try and reach completion before the next round of government closures. Civil law attorney Anthony Ciccone discussed tips and strategies to deal with these issues and minimize damage during an online presentation to members of Associated Builders and Contractors Central Texas Chapter. He also explained what subcontractors and sub-subcontractors should do if they are unable to work due to illness, lack of childcare, or other reasons.
Anthony discussed the following issues:
- Breach of contract: how to minimize damage if you or a vendor needs to breach a contract
- Detailed notes and emails: how to “dictate the story” to control your case
- Abandoning a project: why you should (almost) always offer to come back
- Photos: why capturing images isn’t enough
- Organizing data: the most commonly lost documents and how save them
Anthony Ciccone leads Bollier Ciccone LLP’s civil law section. He is Board Certified in Construction Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and is rated AV-Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell. Anthony helps small, medium, and large businesses with a wide variety of legal matters including business contract-related services.
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