The discussion is based on different perspectives regarding construction disputes. The Panelists will discuss issues and challenges that arise between project personnel and attorneys when navigating construction claims and disputes.
Join the Society for Construction Law North America (Prairies Chapter) as we provide an overview of the types of COVID claims available, how best to present those claims, how best to respond to them, and outline how courts and arbitrators to date have decided them.
The presentation will include a distinguished panel of three counsel well versed in the construction industry, including years working as outside counsel on behalf of construction-industry clients and as mediator(s) and/or arbitrator(s) for disputes involving large-scale commercial construction projects. The panelists will provide “war stories” related to their experience during negotiations, settlements, and trials that will provide practical advice and lessons for attendees.
This event will involve a 1-hr panel and networking reception discussion with fellow professionals about legal risk in Offshore Wind.
Join us for our 2nd annual Conference in beautiful Boston, Massachusetts at the InterContinental Hotel.
Benchmarking Planning and Scheduling in the AEC Industry – The Power of Data Collection & Risk Based Scheduling Analytics, Littleton, CO
Presentation slides from the Panel.
Two senior lawyers and two experienced experts discuss the role of experts across jurisdictions and the common tensions that arise from both the experts’ and lawyers’ perspectives. This paper also…
Far too many mega-projects have failed because of recurring root causes. These causes include: (1) First of a kind (FOAK) projects, either in terms of new technologies or scale; (2) Insufficient…