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WCA | Managing Risk Through Supplemental Conditions (CCDC 2 and CCDC 5)

December 6 2022

Managing Risk Through Supplemental Conditions (CCDC 2 and CCDC 5)

Construction projects are inherently risky. The most effective way to mitigate risk is with a well-drafted contract and, in many cases, supplemental conditions. Your contract should be as unique as your project. In this session we will outline key provisions of CCDC 2 and 5 contracts that can allocate risk in significant ways. This session will also outline recommended supplemental conditions that may be appropriate for your project.

Bailey Harris, Partner, Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP

Bailey is the Vice-Chair of the Manitoba Bar Association Construction Law Section and a partner at Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP. She focuses her practice on all areas of the construction industry and acts for owners, general contractors and subcontractors in construction disputes and other construction projects including tendering and procurement, contract review and drafting and workplace safety and health.

Bailey's practice is also focused in the areas of civil and commercial litigation, administrative law and professionally regulated self-governing professionals. Bailey acts as counsel in proceedings before all levels of court in Manitoba, arbitrators, adjudicators, labour boards and human rights tribunals. She also acts as council in alternative dispute resolution forums such as private mediations and judicially assisted dispute resolution (JADR).

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