As a result of continued demand from owners and executives of power companies, Judah Lifschitz and Daniel A. Kapner will once again present an EUCI continuing education course on EPC Contracts for Power & Energy Projects on February 17 - 18, 2016 in Anaheim, California. This will be the third EUCI continuing education course on EPC Contracts for Power & Energy Projects that Mr. Lifschitz has led.
The course will focus on EPC Contracts and their provisions, techniques and principles, attendees will:
- review the contents of an EPC Contract, including provisions relating to the EPC contractor’s obligations, standards of performance, price and payment, the owner’s obligations, mechanical completion, substantial completion, final completion, performance testing, performance guarantees, liability and damages, delay liquidated damages, performance liquidated damages, limitation of liability provisions, warranties, force majeure, delay, scope changes, indemnification, insurance, termination and default, confidential information, and dispute resolution;
- discuss best practices for negotiating and drafting an EPC Contract for a power and energy project; and
- anticipate problem areas and potential claims and techniques for avoiding them
The course has received wide praise from participants. Comments include:
- “One of the best EPC contracts courses I have attended; I am much better prepared to enter into contract negotiations after taking this course”
- “A valuable litigator’s perspective on the guts, nuts & bolts of EPC contracts”
- “Excellent discussion of significant provisions of EPC contract & addressing issues & disputes”
- “Great inclusion of attendees and experience; a great in-depth look at contracts in a short period of time”
- “Great knowledge of EPC contracts; Course offers valuable insight into the key elements of EPC contracts”
- “Very professional and helpful”
This EUCI course has been approved by The International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). Attendees who complete the course will be eligible for 1.0 CEU.