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This program was recorded on July 26, 2019
Construction law attorney, Aaron J. Flores, presents “Public Works Construction Bidding and Protests”, which provides a practical summary of the public works construction bidding and protest processes. Mr. Flores will explain the mechanics of construction bidding and protests, providing participants with an understanding of the relevant legal principals and strategies.
Mr. Flores has been involved in the construction industry for over two decades. He represents businesses and public agencies in all sectors of the construction industry, including heavy industrial, transportation, infrastructure, architectural and engineering, commercial, retail, and residential. He has handled disputes in excess of $32,000,000.
His clients include stakeholders across the construction industry including project owners and developers, design professionals, construction managers, general contractors and subcontractors, material suppliers, and product manufacturers. He has represented international, national, and local businesses in all forms of ADR proceedings, including mediation and arbitration, as well as bench and jury trials in state and federal courts. He also defends contractors in disciplinary actions initiated by the Contractors State License Board.
2 General Credits
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- Overview of construction bidding
- Differences between public and private bidding
- Public policies affecting the bidding procedure
- Competitive low bidding and alternative procurement methods
- Bid responsiveness and bidder responsibility
- Subletting and Subcontracting Fair Practices Act
- Common bidding mistakes and how to correct them
- Bid protests
- Responsibility hearings
- Contract award