Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Washington State Construction Law Seminar

17th Annual Washington Construction Law Seminar

When:  September 16-17, 2010 (9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.)

Where:  Seattle, Washington (Washington State Trade and Convention Center)

Topics (Speakers):
  1. Federal Construction Law - New Developments (Bruce P. Babbitt)
  2. A View from the State (Karin L. Nyrop)
  3. Don't Let Your Construction Contract Kill the Project:  How to Properly Allocate Your Risk and Negotiate a Contract You Can Live With (Erika S. Baurecht)
  4. Contracting in Indian Country (Anthony S. Broadman)
  5. Washington State Competitive Bidding (Arnold R. Hedeen)
  6. Environmental Considerations (David K. Eckberg)
  7. Construction Changes/Differing Site Conditions (Douglas R. Roach)
  8. What Happens When Someone in the Chain Goes Bankrupt? (Jerry N. Stehlik)
  9. Washington Construction Law - New Developments (Paul R. Cressman, Jr.)
  10. Legal Issues Concerning Design Professionals (Stanton P. Beck)
  11. Contractors' Liability & Builders Risk Coverage (A. Richard Dykstra)
  12. Lien and Bond Claims; Dealing with Sureties (Alexander A. Friedrich and J. Todd Henry)
  13. Construction Mediation (M. Wayne Blair)
  14. Issues and Benefits of Building Green (Margaret P. Montgomery and John D. Sullivan)
  15. Ethical Considerations for Construction Lawyers (Christopher J. Soelling)
Cost:  $695.  Other prices for various categories.

For more information and to register, visit the website of The Seminar Group

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