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Prompt Pay Act Webinar: Your Reinforced Legal Rights Under Prompt Pay
January 13 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Join the BTEA, Associated Subcontractors of Massachusetts (ASM), and Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts (AGC MA) for a virtual panel on the MA Prompt Pay Act.
The Massachusetts Superior Court recently issued a ruling strictly enforcing the Prompt Pay Act, which has significant ramifications on the enforcement of payment provisions from the Owner down to the General Contractors and Subcontractors on private projects.
Join us for a legal review of the facts by three prominent industry attorneys on what reasons to be a significant reinforcement of GC and Subcontractor Rights.
- Tony Starr, Esq., Member, Co-Chair, Construction Law Practice Group, Mintz – Moderator
- David Wilson, Esq., Partner, Corwin & Corwin
- Bradley Croft, Esq. Chair, Litigation Department, Ruberto, Israel & Weiner
Tony Starr, Esq., Member, Co-Chair, Construction Law Practice Group, Mintz
Tony is a litigator and prominent construction lawyer who works with clients throughout the construction industry: contractors, owners, developers, and public authorities. His practice includes representing clients in significant construction litigation, arbitrations, and mediations, and counseling them on contract drafting, bidding matters, and project-related disputes. He is frequently invited to speak about construction law developments and alternative dispute resolution. In addition to his multifaceted construction practice, he also advises a major gaming company on litigation and regulatory matters related to the development and construction of a major casino resort.
David Wilson, Esq., Partner, Corwin & Corwin
David E. Wilson practices exclusively in the field of Construction Law, representing subcontractors and suppliers, general contractors and construction managers, owners, design professionals, insurers and sureties on a wide range of public and private construction projects, including schools; fire and police stations; courthouses; tunnels, roads and bridges; hospitals and medical buildings; office buildings and tenant fit-out; retail centers and stores, restaurants and nightclubs; and university classroom and laboratory buildings, dormitories and physical education facilities. He assists clients with preparation, review and negotiation of all forms of construction documents, including prime contracts, design contracts, subcontracts, supplier agreements, joint venture agreements, bonds, releases and lien waivers; and with preparation, prosecution and defense of claims related to bidding and procurement, payment and performance bonds, mechanic’s liens, construction and design defects, change orders and extra work, delay and lost productivity, differing site conditions, contract administration, termination, and insurance coverage in state and federal courts, administrative proceedings, arbitrations and mediations.
Bradley Croft, Esq. Chair, Litigation Department, Ruberto, Israel & Weiner
BRADLEY L. CROFT is a shareholder at the Boston law firm of Ruberto, Israel & Weiner, PC. where he serves as chair of the Litigation Department and Construction Law Practice Group. He concentrates his practice on construction, real estate, and general commercial disputes. He represents owners, general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers in all aspects of construction law claims. In his 25 years as a trial attorney, Mr. Croft has tried cases before judges, juries and arbitration panels in Massachusetts and Connecticut. He was named 2015 Massachusetts Construction Lawyer of the Year by Best Lawyers in America, and has served as co-chair of the Boston Bar Association Litigation Section and Construction Law Committee. Mr. Croft received his B.A. from Tufts University and his J.D. from University of Connecticut School of Law. A Massachusetts native, Mr. Croft grew up in Andover and now lives in Swampscott with his wife and two teenage sons.