Construction Industry Dispute Resolution and Avoidance Tools – and the Implications for Bond Principals, Producers and Underwriters
Recorded On: 12/18/2018
- Non-member - $179
- Member - $89
This NASBP Virtual Seminar will provide an overview of construction industry dispute resolution and avoidance tools. Presenter Steve Nelson, will dive into some of the trends and improvements in the traditional dispute resolution processes, such as step negotiation, litigation, arbitration, and mediation. As well as take a look at some of the lesser known tools like Dispute Review Boards, and the increasingly popular use of Standing Neutrals and Neutral Evaluators, with comments on how the use of these tools might change the risk profile of a project and bond underwriting requirements for those projects. In short, we will take a look at what works, what doesn’t, what’s new, and what’s trending in this arena and what that means for bond principals, producers and underwriters.
This evolving topic presents an exciting opportunity for you to host this NASBP Virtual Seminar for your construction clients or to share the information on how they too can register to participate in this live or recorded Virtual Seminar
Executive Vice President and General Counsel, SureTec Insurance Company and President, SureTec Information Systems
Steve Nelson is Executive Vice President and General Counsel, SureTec Insurance Company and President, SureTec Information Systems, Inc. in Austin, TX. He joined SureTec Insurance Company, a regional surety company, and SureTec Information Systems, Inc., a construction financial services and risk consulting company, in 2001 after six years as CEO of Faulkner Construction Company, a large construction firm headquartered in Austin, TX. At Faulkner, Mr. Nelson e was part of executive management and de facto general counsel for sister companies involved in real estate development and the mechanical, stone and tile, road and bridge, and concrete - pumping businesses.