Payment and Performance Bond Issues Associated with Federal Contracts

Recorded On: 09/13/2011

This seminar is about important consideration for sureties in federal contracting. Learn about payment and performance bond issues associated with contracts with the United States federal government. This presentation addresses topics such as pay-if-paid provisions, arbitration, requirements for waiving Miller Act claims, conditions for bringing claims, and post-completion liabilities as public owners seek to add new requirements to the scope of construction projects.

Eric Nelson

Partner, Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP

Eric Nelson is a partner with Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP and practices in the areas of engineering & construction and government contracts. He represents clients on a variety project types, including power and process, infrastructure, health care, manufacturing, and commercial. Mr. Nelson has tried cases in federal and state courts throughout the county and before various federal boards of contract appeals. He also represents clients in alternative dispute resolution procedures and has arbitrated claims ranging from 1 million USD to over 100 million USD, nationally and internationally.  In addition to dispute resolution, Mr. Nelson frequently advises clients on front-end project transactions and on federal construction issues, such as the False Claims Act, small business programs, cost and pricing, compliance, and claims. 


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Open to listen to MP3 audio NASBP Virtual Seminar: Payment and Performance Bond Issues Associated with Federal Contracts – September 2011
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