Handle Modern Construction Law Complexities and Complications
Current construction law intricacies make the demand for knowledgeable legal practitioners even more pressing. Do you have the knowledge it takes to handle modern construction contract headaches, project delay difficulties, and insurance coverage landmines? These are just some of the issues your clients expect you to handle. This advanced-level construction law program will get you up to speed on the contemporary challenges your clients expect you to tackle. Don't be caught off guard when clients ask you to handle their biggest construction legal problems. Register Today!
Craft construction contracts that cover your clients from the most difficult issues facing the construction industry today.
From supply chain issues to labor shortage, handle the most challenging project delay issues your clients face.
Disentangle thorny pricing issues in light of current market conditions when handling change orders.
Tackle troublesome indemnification clauses and determine their validity and legality.
Work with insurance rate hikes and more restrictive coverage terms to keep projects on track and under budget.
From force majeure risks to price escalations, stay up to date on today's most challenging construction law issues.
Construction Contracts: Issues and Challenges
Construction Delays: Current Difficulties
Change Orders and Extra Work
Advanced Contractual Indemnity
Insurance Coverage Issues in the Construction Industry
Construction Defect Claims: Current Trends and Difficulties
Stephen J. Conover is a partner with Carmody Torrance Sandak & Hennessey LLP in Stamford, Connecticut. He regularly represents lawyers, law firms and legal departments in defense of disciplinary investigations and grievance complaints. Mr. Conover advises local and national law firms on malpractice prevention and risk management, and counsels clients on sensitive ethics, professional responsibility and business matters. He provides guidance to lawyers and law firms in their management of partnership agreements, lateral hiring, mergers, dissolutions, licensing, and ethics compliance. Mr. Conover has litigated and arbitrated complex construction disputes in Connecticut and federal courts for project owners, design professionals, construction managers, prime contractors, subcontractors and suppliers. He represents clients on day-to-day issues arising during construction projects, including contract interpretation and payment. Mr. Conover has served as an AAA arbitrator on construction cases since 1986, as panel chair, "Wing" panel member or sole arbitrator with multi-million dollar claims regarding issues of payment, delay, adequacy of performance and sufficiency of design. He is a frequent invited speaker for the regional and statewide bar associations. Mr. Conover earned his B.A. degree from the University of Notre Dame and his J.D. degree from St. John's University School of Law.
Mark Hazelbaker is an attorney with Kasieta Legal Group, LLC. He continues to emphasize representation of local governments, small businesses, and litigation. Mr. Hazelbaker began his career as legal counsel of the Wisconsin Counties Association. He served as personnel director/corporation counsel, and later as administrative coordinator for Manitowoc County. Mr. Hazelbaker has been in private practice since 1992, first with downtown Madison law firms, and then in his own firm since 1999. He has lectured many times on labor and employment law, land use law, and municipal law for various business and professional groups. Mr. Hazelbaker has also published law reviews and other articles. He is a member of the Dane County Bar Association and the State Bar of Wisconsin (Litigation and Labor and Employment and Government Lawyers Division sections). Mr. Hazelbaker earned his B.A. degree from the University of Wisconsin and his J.D. degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School.
Michael R. Hogue is a shareholder in the Las Vegas and San Francisco locations of the law firm of Greenberg Traurig, LLP. He maintains a multi-disciplinary practice serving the construction, commercial real estate, financial services, and aviation industries. This includes representing a broad cross-section of clients in transactions, disputes and restructuring/bankruptcy matters. In his construction and commercial real estate practice, Mr. Hogue focuses particularly on medium and large-scale residential, commercial, energy, and industrial projects. He represents parties at all stages of the commercial development life cycle, from initial design and contract negotiation to pre and post-completion dispute resolution and litigation. Mr. Hogue has represented large commercial owners and developers in real estate and construction litigation in both state and federal court, including claims for breach of contract, fraud, delay claims, negligence, defective design, failure to inspect, and construction defects. He regularly advises developers and contractors on regulatory and licensing issues, particularly in California and Nevada. Mr. Hougue also advises on trademark, copyright, trade dress and trade secret matters. He earned his B.A. degree from the University of Pennsylvania and his J.D. degree from Seton Hall University School of Law. Mr. Hogue is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute, American Bar Association and Bar Association of San Francisco. He is admitted to practice in California and Nevada.
David A. Lowe is a partner with the law firm of Keegan, Juban, Lowe & Robichaux, LLC, where he focuses his practice in civil litigation, corporate matters, employment law, personal injury, and successions. Mr. Lowe is admitted to practice before all state and federal courts in the state of Louisiana, and has been admitted to practice pro hac vice before multiple federal courts in other jurisdictions. He has argued multiple cases before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit Court. Mr. Lowe is a member of the Baton Rouge, Louisiana State, Federal and American bar associations. He earned his B.A. degree from the University of Southwestern Louisiana and his J.D. degree from Louisiana State University.
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