Two States of Construction Law: Working in Both Washington and Oregon (November 2016) [C17812]

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Seminar Date: November 4, 2016
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This seminar took place on November 4, 2016 in Vancouver, WA.
CONSTRUCTION | CONTRACTS | REAL PROPERTY | LEGISLATION | DEBTOR-CREDITOR


Product Description:


The Construction Law Sections of both the Washington State Bar Association and the Oregon State Bar present an exciting Construction Law course. The Sections partnered together to bring you a unique perspective on topics including practitioners from both states comparing and contrasting each state’s applicable body of law


Table of Contents:

Chapter 1A: Contracting for Construction in OR & WA: Competing Change Order and Notice Requirements
Roger Lenneberg


Chapter 1B: Contracting for Construction in OR & WA: Competing Change Order and Notice Requirements
Diane C. Utz


Chapter 2: Construction Claims on Private Projects - The Fine Art of Mechanic's Liens and Issues to Consider
Sean Gay
Bart Reed


Chapter 3: Construction Claims on Public Projects - Prompt Payment, Retainage, and Payment Bonds
Dan Gragg
Robert L. Olson


Chapter 4A: Contractor and Developer Licensing and Registration
Doug Gallagher


Chapter 4B: Contractor and Developer Licensing and Registration
Athan E. Tramountanas


Chapter 5A: Economic Loss Rule and The Independent Duty Doctrine
Angela M. Otto


Chapter 5B: Economic Loss Rule and The Independent Duty Doctrine
Amber Hardwick


Chapter 6A: 2016 Updates and Trends - Case Law & Legislation
D. Gary Christensen


Chapter 6B: 2016 Updates and Trends - Case Law & Legislation
Paul R. Cressman


Chapter 7: From the Bench: The Judge's Perspective
Judge Henry C. Breithaupt
Judge Douglas V. Van Dyk
Judge Scott A. Collier


Chapter 8: The Ethics of Negotiation
Chris Soelling


Chapter 9: Rules of Professional Conduct (Table of Rules)




Coursebook contains 393 pages