Upcoming Events

Forum on Construction Law 2019 Midwinter Meeting

Women in Construction WIC

January 30 – February 1, 2019
Los Angeles, CA

We look forward to exhibiting as a platinum sponsor at the Midwinter meeting themed – Public Construction Projects: Not Always A Hollywood Ending.

The program, “Public Construction Projects: Not Always a Hollywood Ending,” celebrates the town’s creativity and vitality while exploring the ins and outs of the backbone of much of our national construction industry: public construction. The program is designed to answer questions about public construction law and even more importantly, to teach smart lawyers what questions to ask.

From top ten issues every construction lawyer must be aware of when dipping their legal toes into the murky waters of government contracting, to seeking payment for claims from government entities and then learning the intricacies of having to litigate with them, to the fast paced, rule based world of bid protests, this program will run the gamut of public construction law, from both a local and national perspective.

Please visit the Forum’s website for full details.

Federal Publications Seminar – Construction Schedule Delays

April 23–24, 2019
Washington, DC

Learn from the industry’s most published experts on schedule delay analysis methods during this dynamic course, based on Construction Schedule Delays, the definitive 1,000+ page treatise on the subject co-authored by course instructors W. Stephen Dale and CPMI’s Robert D’Onofrio. Like the book, the course bridges both the legal and technical aspects of schedule delay. Instruction also includes the legal aspects of other critical issues, such as the basics of CPM scheduling, concurrent delay, and constructive acceleration.

Please visit the seminar website for more information.

Federal Publications Seminar – The Masters Institute in Construction Contracting

May 6–8, 2019
La Jolla, CA

July 23–25, 2019
Hilton Head Island, SC

The Masters Institute concentrates on advanced construction issues and analyzing the unique problems, practices, rights, remedies, disputes, claims and other demands faced by today’s construction professionals. Exceptional faculty lead the program: six nationally recognized authorities on construction contracting matters, including CPMI’s Robert D’Onofrio.

Each day will be spent in a variety of ways: Lectures, case studies, illustrative examples, group discussions, individual questioning, and considering questions on any procurement subject – not only on matters scheduled to be raised that day. In addition, Institute attendees will receive several manuals of original materials prepared by the faculty.

Please visit the seminar website for more information.