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Silver Lake Legal

Construction, Insurance & Business Attorney Boston

Seminar Topics

Insurance, Key Contract Terms, Adopting Standards

Insurance – what are the pitfalls and what should be in your project files (certificates, additional insureds). How to enjoy indemnity.

Key Contract Terms – why they are important in practice – what they mean for your job and why there is no boilerplate.

Standard Operating

Procedures – overcoming resistance to adoption. Why compliance matters and what should your internal standards include and exclude?

Safety, Subcontracts, Employment Law

Safety – involving the front office and especially the front lines.

Subcontract pushback – why they ask, when to say no.

Employment law/ privacy: landmines, concerns, why and how.

IPD, Subguard and Millennial Employees

IPD: what is it and can you use it?

Subguard – Is it a substitute bond? How dies it fin into liens and default?

Information filters practices and traps – don’t write this down.

Millennial Employees – force yourself to give them feedback.

Saving Expense in the Long Term by Targeting Operations Improvements

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Charles W. Cobb

Attorney at Law


320 Nevada Street Ste 301,

Newton MA 02460




(978) 979-1223

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