Goldberg & Connolly and the Metro New York/New Jersey Chapter of CMAA to Present on Increased Construction Compliance and Integrity Investigations

Goldberg & Connolly is pleased to announce that the firm will present a program entitled Increased Construction Compliance & Integrity Investigations: Tools for Dealing with the New Reality. The event will take place on Thursday, March 28, 2013 at 8:00am on the third floor of the Time Warner Building, located at 10 Columbus Circle in New York City.

The program will be presented by Henry L. Goldberg, Goldberg & Connolly's Managing Partner and the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) Metro New York/New Jersey Chapter Legal Counsel. He will be joined by Partner Erik A. Ortmann and Associate Christopher K. Smith in discussing the current environment of increased scrutiny in matters surrounding compliance and business ethics. Program topics will include strategies for starting a baseline business ethics program; M/W/DBE compliance issues and consequences; and key areas of compliance, such as false claims, bribes, kickbacks and gratuities, labor issues, and the procurement lobbying law.

Attendees will gain an understanding of their responsibilities and obligations in regards to compliance, as well as the penalties for failing to meet them. The session will also provide comprehensive coverage of compliance topics particularly relevant to the construction industry, as well as strategies to foster a company culture of integrity, which will help construction managers mitigate their exposure to legal risks.

Henry L. Goldberg is a prominent authority in construction law and government contracting. Goldberg & Connolly represents owners and developers, construction contractors, subcontractors, sureties and government agencies. He regularly counsels his clients with regard to problems that arise during all phases of construction including the design, bidding, construction, management and closeout of projects, and he is an expert in all types of construction claims and controversies.

To register for this event, please contact Camille at or call the CMAA at (516) 214-8110.