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Navigating HUD Construction Compliance and Construction Disputes


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 93 minutes
Recorded Date: January 26, 2022
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Agenda

  • CFR-2021 – Part 75
  • 85 Fed. Reg. 60,907 Section 3 Benchmarks
  • Section 3 FAQs (3.2021)
  • HUD Handbook 1344.1
  • 80 Fed. Reg. 12,511 (3.2015) (Davis Bacon Applicability to Section 8 PBV)
  • New York City M/WBE Build Up Program
  • HUD Handbook 1378.0
  • CFR-2021 – Part 8
  • D.W. Burt Concrete Construction
  • Matter of Queens Theater Owner
  • Collins v. Pjw Servs
  • HUD Dept. of Justice Statement
Runtime: 1 hour, 33 minutes
Recorded: January 26, 2022

For NY - Difficulty Level: For experienced attorneys only (non-transitional)

Description

Federal development and subsidy assistance programs make construction of affordable housing financially viable. However, the complexities of complying with the federal construction requirements incumbent to federal funds complicate the process. The panelists will consider means to navigate disputes that commonly arise during construction of affordable housing, such as delays, change orders, cost overruns and liquidated damages. Attendees will hear from a HUD Economic Opportunities and Labor Standards enforcement representative, a PHA design and construction representative, a general contractor and developer counsel, a PHA counsel and an affordable housing developer.

This program was recorded on January 26, 2022.

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Panelists

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Matthew Charney

Vice President, Real Estate Development
NYC Housing Authorty (NYCHA)

Matthew HCarney is the Vice President of Real Estate Development at NYC Housing Authority (NYCHA). Matthew earned his M.S. in Real Estate Development from Columbia University.

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Cody Bannon

Member
Reno & Cavanaugh, PLLC

Cody’s practice focuses on all aspects of affordable housing development and finance. Cody represents public housing authorities, non-profit developers, for-profit developers and property owners and purchasers engaged in complex affordable housing transactions using mixed-finance resources, Section 8 Project Based Vouchers, tax-exempt bonds, conventional financing, Low Income Housing Tax Credits, Choice Neighborhoods Implementation Grant funds, HUD public housing funds and other federal and state affordable housing resources. In addition, Cody advises on a wide variety of regulatory and compliance matters.

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Amanada H. Vasquez

Director, Labor Standards and Enforcement & Economic Opportunity
U.S. Department Housting & Urban Development (HUD)

Amanda Herrmann Vasquez is the Director, Labor Standards and Enforcement & Economic Opportunity at the US Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD). Amanda earned her Masters in Public Policy from George Mason University.

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Ian M. Forshner

Associate General Counsel
L&M Development Partners, Inc.

Ian M. Forshner is the Associate General Counsel at L&M Development Partners, Inc. Ian earned his J.D. from the Washington University in St. Louis School of Law.


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