The past year has brought many changes. Have you adapted your drafting and negotiating strategy, or could outdated knowledge and practices be leaving clients exposed? This 2022 program will bring you up to speed with the latest case law, AIA Contract Documents, and best practices for drafting and negotiating the most litigated provisions. Get up-to-date insights and hone your skills - register today!
Get practical guidance on drafting the most-litigated construction contract provisions.
Review important takeaways from recent contract law cases.
Discover the biggest contract mistakes construction attorneys are making right now.
Examine modifications you should be making to AIA Contract Documents.
Safeguard clients against current indemnification, insurance, and additional insured pitfalls.
Learn how to ensure electronic signatures and contracts are binding.
The Most Litigated Provisions in Construction Contracts
Construction Case Law Updates and Lessons for Drafting
Drafting and Negotiation Mistakes Attorneys Are Making Right Now
AIA Contracts: Current Documents, Pitfalls, and Changes You Should be Making
Indemnification Provisions, Insurance, and Additional Insureds 2022
Scope of Work, Price, Payment, Time, and Changes Clauses: Building in Protections
Delays, Damages, and Force Majeure Provisions Post-Pandemic
Termination Clauses and Dispute Resolution
E-Signatures and Electronic Contracts: Ensuring Enforceability and Security
JEAN C. ARNOLD is a partner in the law firm of Arnold & Arnold, LLP in Littleton. Ms. Arnold practices in the areas of construction litigation and claims, mechanic's liens, civil and commercial litigation, business law and planning, arbitration and mediation, real estate, creditor representation in Bankruptcy Court, and administrative law. She is a frequent presenter, teacher, and corporate trainer for trade and bar associations, and continuing education organizations. Ms. Arnold is a graduate of the University of Denver, where she earned her B.S.B.A., summa cum laude, J.D. and M.B.A. degrees. Ms. Arnold taught the legal topics curriculum in the construction management certificate program at Red Rocks Community College. She is a member of the Denver Bar Association; the 1st Judicial District Bar Association; the Colorado Bar Association; the Alfred Arraj Inn of Court; and the American Bar Association, Construction Law Section.
LISA COLON is a partner at Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP. She has two decades of construction law experience, where she represents contractors, suppliers, owners, design professionals, construction managers and sureties in public and private real estate and construction disputes. Ms. Colon is board certified in construction law by The Florida Bar. She is certified by the Supreme Court of Florida as a circuit mediator and is an arbitration with the American Arbitration Association. She is general counsel of the National Association of Minority Contractors and sits on the Executive Committee. Ms. Colon earned her B.A. degree from the University of Miami and her J.D. degree, cum laude, from the University of Miami School of Law.
JAMES M. McMAHON is an attorney with CCA Civil, Inc. His practice focuses on construction law and litigation. Mr. McMahon is a member of the New Jersey State, New York State and Massachusetts bar associations; the New Jersey State Bar Association's Construction Law Section; and the Federal District courts of New Jersey, New York, and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. He is also an active member of the New Jersey Association of General Contractors and the New Jersey Utility and Transportation Contractors Association, serving on the Association's Legislative Affairs Committee. Mr. McMahon earned his B.A. and B.S. degrees from Boston College and his J.D. degree, cum laude, from Suffolk University Law School.
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