Credit institute of Canada presents MasterClasses For Credit Professionals
Location: Zoom Platform (login details will be shared closer to the date)
MasterClass 1: Introduction to Obligations | February 13, 2023 | 12 pm – 1:00 pm EST
MasterClass 2: Advanced Considerations | February 27, 2023 | 12 pm – 1:00 pm EST
MasterClass 3: Practical Live Case-Study | March 13, 2023 | 12 pm – 1:00 pm EST
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Price: $399 for all three MasterClasses, or $150 per class (+Tax)
Learn from the best experts in the business.
Topic is curated for credit professionals to raise their game.
Seats are limited. This session will only be available through live streaming!
MasterClass 1: Introduction to Obligations | February 13, 2023 | 12 pm – 1:00 pm EST | 60-minute duration
• Understanding the Relationship of Materials Suppliers and (Sub-)Contractors in the Construction Pyramid
• Discussions on Prevenient Agreements and Credit Applications
• Application of Unit Price Contracts and Ability to Amend/Vary Pricing
MasterClass 2: Advanced Considerations | February 27th, 2023 | 12 pm – 1:00 pm EST | 60-minute duration
• Ability to Lien and Quantum Secured
• Understanding Pay-When-Paid Clauses
• Early Release of Holdback for Materials Suppliers
MasterClass 3: Case-Study | March 13, 2023 | 12 pm – 1:00 pm EST | 60-minute duration
• Brief overview of Class #1 and #2
• Case Study involving learned concepts
• Class Participation in dissecting case study and Q&A for application
Materials suppliers ordinarily appear at the bottom of the construction pyramid. Unfortunately, many suppliers are taken advantage of due to their lack of knowledge of their legal rights and of the obligations that contracts and sub-contractors have to them. In this MasterClass Series, we aim to educate incoming credit managers and controllers on the rudimentary and advanced obligations that contractors and sub-contractors owing to materials suppliers. This three-party series will first look at an introduction to the basic obligations, such as the contractual relationships, then it will focus on more advanced considerations affecting materials suppliers, and finally will provide a live case study in application of learned materials. This MasterClass series is recommended for all individuals, with or without prior construction industry experience.
About Masterclass Instructor – Daniel Fridmar
Dan is an ambitious and eager advocate who developed his skills at a medium-sized, fast-paced law firm in Vaughan, Ontario. In a short time, Dan amassed a voluminous amount of experience in litigation, negotiation, and client management. In addition to his practical legal education, Dan also received a Certificate in Construction Law from the Osgoode Hall Law School Professional Development center.
In March 2020, one year before the start of the Covid-19 Pandemic, Dan started his own firm and has been going strong for over two years as a sole practitioner. In his four years of legal experience, Dan has lead and assisted with all aspects of construction disputes, ranging in construction liens, breach of trusts, labour and performance bonds, deficiencies, and more. Dan has experience representing members of all levels of the construction pyramids in both commercial and residential construction, starting with Owners and Financers and ending with materials suppliers.
In his spare time, Dan is an active member of the construction community at large, working with various construction-related organization in an effort to promote education and knowledge in the construction law industry. One of Dan’s many initiatives includes working with younger members of the construction industry in teaching and assisting with business development and regulatory compliance. Dan has spearheaded many academic initiatives, including authorship of legal blogs and articles, presenting at various professional development lectures for clients, and more. Dan is also recognized for his academic involvement in construction law with the Ontario Bar Association as well as LexisNexis Canada, Toronto Metropolitan University, and previously at the Credit Institute of Canada.
CCP and ACI members earn 45 Professional Development Points for attending this event.