How do you manage and administer the risks in the contracts you sign? When something goes wrong, what seemed at first to be an administrative afterthought can turn into a multi-million dollar and multi-year nightmare. While every contract is different, we’ll highlight the areas you need to focus on to make sure that the contract being signed is fair and understood by all parties.
This webinar will:
- Focus on often problematic contract elements from both insurance and legal perspectives
- Provide strategies to help identify unfavorable language and avoid potential compliance issues before they lead to complications
- Discuss best practices to administer and negotiate the contracts you’re asked to sign.
Jon Templin, CIC, CISR
Jon grew up around insurance – when he was young his grandfather owned an insurance agency in Peoria, Illinois. Now, he is the one that clients put their trust in to protect the businesses that they’ve built. Jon enjoys making clients of Hausmann-Johnson Insurance aware of the risks that they face and teaches them how to address those risks so that their businesses can continue to thrive.
Jon is extremely detail-oriented when it comes to reading contracts and coverage forms and is very effective at making clients aware of unfavorable contract language in leases and construction agreements.
Jon holds a Bachelors’ of Arts degree in English from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse. When the weather cooperates he likes to visit the zoos in Madison and Milwaukee. Jon has also volunteered his time with high school football as an offensive and defensive line coach.
Before joining Husch Blackwell, Sammie worked for a trade association representing contractors and then as in-house counsel for a national general contractor. The wealth of hands-on experience and background knowledge she gained in these roles enables her to better understand client needs and achieve more favorable results.
Sammie represents contractors, developers and design professionals in all aspects of construction projects, providing clients with comprehensive transactional and litigation services to help them manage risk and resolve disputes. While based in the firm’s Madison office, Sammie assists clients with their construction law needs throughout the country. Above all, she enjoys watching clients’ visions for their projects come to life.