Eichleay Damages and Delay Claims
Know how to manage your projects so you can avoid paying delay claims that are not your fault. If you wait until you suffer damage from others’ delay to learn how to prove your damages, you waited too long. If you wait until someone else sends you a claim demanding payment for delay damages to learn what makes a claim pass muster in court, you also waited too long. This topic helps those persons who are responsible for getting claims paid, and/or rejecting claims that lack merit, understand how and why delay damages are compensated within the backdrop of the American legal system. This topic will educate you on how to manage a project so that delay claims are paid by those at fault and no one else.
Who should attend?
- Delay Claims - Identifying Who Has the Burden of Proof and How It Is Met
- Owner's Burden - Liquidated Damages and Other Delay Damages
- Contractor's Burden - Excusable Delay and Compensable Delay
- Concurrent and Sequential DelayUse of CPM Scheduling to Prove Delay
- What Is CPM Scheduling?
- How CPM Scheduling Techniques Are Used to Prove Delay
- Who Owns the Float?
- Use of Experts to Prove Scheduling DelayTypes of Delay Damages and the Importance of Maintaining Project Documentation
- General Damages
- Special Damages
- Eichleay Damages
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