Seyfarth Shaw partner Chuck Wall will serve on a panel entitled “The Contractor’s Role on the P3 Project Team” on Friday, March 22. The panel will be featured at a P3 Seminar sponsored by the Maryland Transportation Builders & Materials Association (MTBMA). Chuck will be joined by senior executives from the P3 development and contracting
Seyfarth has released the results of its fourth annual Real Estate Market Sentiment Survey, which polled commercial real estate executives around the country from all sectors. Of interest to our readers, this year’s survey revealed that 69% of respondents are concerned about a cyberattack hitting their business in 2019, a significant increase compared to last year (46%).
Cybersecurity isn’t just for technology companies anymore. More and more, we are seeing other critical infrastructure participants becoming targets of cybersecurity attacks. Transportation, construction, and other real property-heavy industries are starting to catch the eye of sophisticated hacking teams – both criminal as well as nation-state sponsored groups.
There are two different threat models in the real estate market: the builder and the manager.…
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Alison Ashford, Seyfarth partner and co-chair of the Seyfarth Construction Group, is moderating the “Risk/Reward?: Challenging Issues with Design/Construction Risk Allocation” panel at The Public-Private Partnership Conference & Expo, March 4-6 in Dallas, Texas.
The session is focused on the challenges to both the private and public sectors in valuing and allocating the front-end risk…
Seyfarth Shaw Construction partner Charles “Chuck” Wall and associate Michael Wagner recently authored a Construction Executive article on how to navigate risk allocation in public-private partnership (P3) agreements. Wall and Wagner focused on P3/concession agreements, design-build contracts, interface agreements, and more. Read “Navigating Risk Allocation in P3 Agreements” from Construction Executive here.