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How Termination for Convenience Clauses Really Work ... Can You Say Go Away?

Firm Events
07.23.2015
Ever since the federal government started using Termination for Convenience clauses decades ago, they have spread to other public owners, to private owners, and to subcontracts and purchase orders too.

But how far can owners and contractors go in just walking away from the contracts they've made when the other party has done nothing wrong?

How do the parties settle up for the work already done?

What about bonds, insurance and indemnities and warranties?

It's complicated!

Please join us on Thursday, July 23 when Susan McGreevy presents from our Kansas City office. The seminar will be available via videoconference in our Minneapolis, Denver and Washington D.C. offices with Stinson Leonard Street attorneys in attendance to assist with questions. To register to attend this complimentary seminar, please register online by Tuesday, July 21, 2015. 

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