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Construction Contract Drafting Webinar– a chance to hear me speak! (Oh boy!)

August 12, 2011

Interested in learning about contract drafting strategies?  Make plans now to attend a live webinar entitled “Construction Contract Drafting Strategies: Crafting Enforceable Payment, Performance, Termination and Damages Provisions”.  

I will be one of 3 speakers for the webinar, which will be held Wednesday, September 7th from 1:00 PM-2:30 PM Eastern Time.


Speaking troll
(This is *not* a realistic rendering, I promise!)


This CLE webinar will include best practices for counsel to owners, contractors, and design professionals to mitigate risk and resolve contract disputes.

Questions addressesd will include:

  • What are the critical provisions in construction contracts that demand careful attention and negotiation by owners and contractors?
  • What are the most commonly disputed issues during construction contract negotiations and what are some effective strategies for resolving them?
  • What are the best practices for counsel to building owners, contractors, and design professionals to minimize liability for their clients when entering construction contracts?

To register, click here.  Early registration discounts end on August 19th, so don’t delay!


Photo:  “Public  Speaking” by JASElabs via Creative Commons License.







From → contracts, damages

  1. patti oreilly permalink

    I’m certain you’ll take home the “ribbon” for Best Speaker….Congrats

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