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SOLD OUT! What is the PM’s role in Claims Management? Part 1
Wednesday, September 28, 2022, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM EST
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SOLD OUT What is the PM’s role in Claims Management? Part I
Wednesday, September 28, 2022 - 11:00am - 1:00pm
SIE for Sub and Supplier Members Only - 10:00am - 10:50am
2275 Research Blvd., 1st floor Conference Room, Rockville, MD 20850
Cost:  $25 Members/$40 Non-Members
Learn more about Part II on October 12th

Project managers of both general contractors and subcontractors take on tremendous responsibilities, from oversight of the budget to management of change orders and potential claims. In this two-part series, Cohen Seglias attorneys Lane Kelman and Jackson Nichols will provide project managers detailed guidance on best practices and practical approaches for challenges that can arise in the course of a project.

Part one will focus on contract changes and the potential consequences of missteps. The presenters will guide attendees through different scenarios, using these real-life case studies as examples of what to do (and not to do). 


Lane F. Kelman
Partner | Philadelphia

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Lane has an active and diverse construction litigation practice, representing developers, general contractors and trades in complex construction matters throughout the United States and internationally. He has extensive experience with both private and public projects. His work ranges from contract negotiations to claim prevention and management, construction defects, and suspension and debarment proceedings.

Lane takes pride in representing numerous clientele at the forefront of sustainable building. He counsels owners, developers, solar providers, and contractors on a wide range of issues that arise throughout a sustainable project’s lifetime.

Lane speaks regularly throughout the country on topics such as sustainable building, claims, and risk management. He is also active within the firm as the Hiring Partner and leads the Summer Associate Program.


Jackson S. Nichols 
Partner | Washington, DC

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In his construction practice, Jackson advises general contractors, subcontractors, sureties, owners, and other construction industry businesses in navigating disputes that arise during projects. Representative matters include highway construction, bridges, school construction, large commercial fit-outs, and residential and retail construction projects. He regularly prosecutes and defends claims involving mechanics’ liens, bond claims, Miller Act claims and arbitration disputes, among others.

He helps clients develop solutions for their business disputes including unfair trade practices claims, ownership disputes, business torts, and antitrust and administrative law claims. Jackson represents clients in every stage of litigation, including motion practice, discovery, pre-trial preparation and trial practice and appeals, and advocates for clients in state and federal court, federal administrative proceedings and alternative dispute resolution. He regularly presents seminars and webinars on emerging legal issues within the construction industry.

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