Joseph J. Dinardo is a partner based in Smith, Currie & Hancock’s Atlanta office. His practice focuses mainly on construction disputes, contracts, lien prosecution and defense, commercial litigation, collections, and labor law.
Joe has presented seminars on numerous construction related topics. He has spoken before the Associated General Contractors of Georgia (AGC), Arcadis, Half Moon Seminars, The Seminar Group, Construction Management Association of America (CMAA), and the Associated Builders and Contractors of Georgia (ABC), where he serves on its Management Education Committee. Joe has authored several articles including “Who Is A Miller Act Subcontractor” and “How to Turn a Judgment into Ca$h.” His published works also include chapters in “Alternative Clauses to Standard Construction Contracts.”
Joe holds an LL.M. from Emory University School of Law, a J.D. from Cumberland School of Law, and a B.S. from Palm Beach Atlantic University, and is a licensed Georgia and United States Patent attorney.
Construction and renovation projects can be complex, but even relatively simple projects can involve complicated and highly technical agreements. Make sure that you understand what those construction contracts mean and how to negotiate the best terms for your organization. This session will discuss the major frameworks for construction contracts, what terms are negotiable, and what […]
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