Structuring Your Contract for Optimal Risk Transfer | Construction Webinar
Event Date: January 16, 2020
Date: January 16, 2020
Time: 11AM-12PM CST
Presented By: Saxe Doernberger & Vita, P.C., and Cottingham & Butler
Has your organization ever been responsible for a claim that it should not have been? Are you sure you are maximizing your opportunity to transfer risk to downstream parties? Or if you are the downstream party, are you taking on more liability than you should?
Join Saxe Doernberger & Vita, P.C., and Cottingham & Butler on January 16 for an interactive webinar discussing how to structure your contracts for optimal risk transfer. The webinar will focus on techniques for using construction contracts to transfer risk away from your organization. The overall goal of the course is to help participants identify key risk transfer elements and understand how they can be utilized for better protection.
- Understand basic risk transfer definitions and concepts
- Learn the characteristics of a contract with optimal risk transfer from a General Contractor’s perspective
- Understand typical insurance requirements for exposures faced by contractors
About Cottingham & Butler and SDV:
Cottingham & Butler, the 25th largest insurance broker in the U.S., in partnership with Saxe Doernberger & Vita, P.C. (SDV), a leading national insurance coverage law firm, provides construction industry firms with contractual risk transfer advisory services to enhance the risk, safety, insurance advisory and brokerage services provided by Cottingham & Butler.
Cottingham & Butler’s construction specialists work in collaboration with SDV’s attorneys to deliver practical and cost-effective services based on the needs and goals of our mutual clients. We provide guidance and expertise through our construction practice and help companies throughout the construction industry effectively mitigate and transfer risk. The topics below highlight some of SDV’s areas of expertise.
Questions about this webinar?
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