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Adam Tuckman focuses his practice on suretyship, construction, and government contracts law. He has assisted clients in disputes before courts, boards and arbitrators arising from several types of projects, including highways, bridges, tunnels, public transit systems, and residential buildings. Adam has also assisted in drafting and negotiating contracts, and provided advice in the contract administration process.
Publications and Presentations
- Co-author and co-presenter: "Claims Resolution Strategies on Troubled Projects," ASCE Texas Section/CI and ICSDEC Fall 2012 Conference, November 2012.
: "When an Owner's Hard Line Claims Negotiations are also a Breach of Contract," AACE International Annual Meeting, July 2012.
New Jersey Construction Law
, a treatise co-written with Kevin J. McKeon, to be published by HLK Global Communications, 2012.
uthor: "Does the Government Always Enjoy a Home-Field Advantage When Its Contract and Claims Administration Is Called Into Question?" 22nd Annual Northeast Surety & Fidelity Claims Conference, September 2011.
- Author: "When Is a Small Business Contractor Really 'Small'? An Overview of Improper Affiliations Under SBA Regulations," CMAdvisor, July/August 2011.
: "Demystifying the Law of Lost Productivity Claims," AACE International Annual Meeting, June 2010.
- Co-author: "What Sureties Need to Know About Concurrent Delay in a Default Termination Dispute," 19th Annual Northeast Surety & Fidelity Claims Conference, September 2008.
- Co-author: "Demonstrating Leadership in the Claims Process," Construction Management Association of America Spring Conference, Spring 2008.