Construction Section Mid-Year CLE - Construction Contract Damages (June 2016) [C16811]

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Seminar Date: June 10, 2016
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This seminar took place on June 10, 2016 in Seattle, WA.
CONSTRUCTION | CORPORATE LAW | LITIGATION


Product Description:


Stay up-to-date with this year's Construction Law program. The focus this year is on contract damages. Our esteemed faculty cover matters such as the use of standarized construction contracts by public agencies that detail the recovery of damages, as well as consequential damages waivers, no damage for delay clauses and costs to delays and ineffecienies. This book also covers practical issues in inefficiency claims including owner-caused barrieers to settlements and concludes with a discussion on ethics in context of construction contract damages.


Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Case Law Update
Paul R. Cressman, Jr


Chapter 2: Legislative Update
Steven M. Goldblatt


Chapter 3: State Contract Changes and Claims Clauses
Ronald J. English


Chapter 4: Damage Limitation Clauses
Douglas S. Oles


Chapter 5: Practical Issues in Inefficiency Claims
Jesse O. Franklin IV
Bradley C. Lewis


Chapter 6: Quantifying Damages for Delay
Terry R. Marston


Chapter 7: Audit Clauses & Obtaining Documentation to Quantify & Analyze Damages
Megan Wells


Chapter 8: Panel Discussion of a Hypothetical Claim
Jesse O. Franklin
Terry R. Marston
Megan Wells


Chapter 9: Overview of Construction Section's Residential Contract Forms
Brett M. Hill


Chapter 10: Judicial Perspective on Construction Litigation
Hon. Judge Beth Andrus
Hon. Judge Jim Rogers
Hon. Judge Judith Ramseyer


Chapter 11: Ethics
Christopher J. Soelling


Chapter 12: Rules of Professional Conduct (Table of Rules)
PRESENTER


Chapter 13: Calculating, Documenting, Proving, and Defending Damages Claims in Construction Matters
Robert H. Crick, Jr




Coursebook contains 342 pages