Recording Date: February 24, 2009
Duration: 94 minutes

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Agenda and Speakers

How the Credit Crisis and Recent Bank Failures Have Impacted Litigation

• Disputes rising out of the lack of cash flow- what happens when one or more parties runs out of money when banks stop funding them?
• Construction defect claims related to the drop in the real estate market
• Litigation against banks when there are undispersed loans or a “stop notice”
• Builders suing lenders by making cross-claims in foreclosure actions
• Contract disputes: counterclaims, unpaid sums
• Collection claims in foreclosure: litigation on the rise between developers, banks and contractors
• How you can protect your client with contract terms that reflect the changing mood given the financial crisis: termination clauses, indemnity clauses, delay, change orders
Dan Toomey, Esq., Duane Morris, Washington, DC
Keith Hays, Esq., Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney, Ltd., Chicago
J. Michael Grier, Esq., Warden Triplett Grier, Kansas City, MO