Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Training: Washington Construction Law

Washington Construction Law

When:  September 11-12, 2013 (9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.)

Where:  Seattle, Washington (exact location to be determined)

Agenda and Speakers:
  • New Developments in Washington Construction Law (Paul R. Cressman, Jr.)
  • Washington State Public Works Competitive Bidding and Bid Protests (Arnold R. Hedeen)
  • ABCs of Construction Contracting: Creating a Contract You Can Live With (Alan Bornstein)
  • Integrated Project Delivery (Scott R. Sleight)
  • A View from the State (Karin L. Nyrop)
  • Permitting and Environmental Considerations (James M. Lynch)
  • Construction Changes/Differing Site Conditions (John P. Ahlers)
  • What Happens When Someone in the Chain Goes Bankrupt? (Jerry N. Stehlik)
  • Discovery Issues in Construction Claims (Andrew L. Greene and Brendan J. Peters)
  • Federal Construction Law - New Developments (Bruce P. Babbitt)
  • Claims Against Design Professionals (Stanton P. Beck)
  • Key State Tax Considerations for Construction Projects (George C. Mastrodonato)
  • Ethical Considerations for Construction Lawyers (John A. Strait)
  • Insurance in the Construction Industry (J. William Ashbaugh)
  • Lien and Bond Claims: Dealing with Sureties (Alexander A. Friedrich and Kerry Lawrence)
  • Construction Mediation (Henry C. Jameson)
  • $550 - Government employees
  • $650 - Single registration
  • Other fees for different categories 
Information and registration:  Click here.
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