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Jim Nagle to Address 17th Annual AGC/CFMA Conference

Thu Oct 3, 2013

The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) and the Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA) have invited noted construction attorney,  Jim Nagle, of Oles Morrison Rinker & Baker to address the 17th Annual AGC/CFMA Construction Financial Management Conference on the subject of “Delay Claims on Public Construction Projects.”

To be held on Friday, October 25, 2013 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, the three-day event is considered to be the premier conference program designed specifically for financial professionals in the construction industry.

Nationally recognized for his understanding of federal contracting, particularly in the area of construction law, Jim will discuss the subject of Cost Allowability.  His presentation will cover the basics and some matters of concern for the government and for prime contractors or subcontractors.

The seminar is a continuing education activity for professionals in the acquisition community cosponsored by the Twin Cities Chapter, National Contract Management Association, and the North Star Chapter, National Property Management Association.

The program is designed for contract administrators, lawyers, accountants, price analysts, government property managers, and other representatives of business, industry, or government interested in various aspects of government contracts.

Jim has extensive experience including working with supply, services, international, major systems and construction contracts.  He has represented owners, contractors, subcontractors, sureties, architects, engineers and all parties in the contracting process. His local and national reputation is such that both the government and contractors have used him as a consultant, witness or arbitrator/mediator.

Prior to joining the firm, he served as chief of the Logistics and Contract Law Branch of the Department of the Army staff.  He also served as a trial team chief in the Army’s Contract Appeals Division.