Upcoming Events

Forum on Construction Law 2020 Midwinter Meeting

January 22-24, 2020
Tucson, AZ

We look forward to exhibiting as a platinum sponsor at the Midwinter meeting themed – 2020: A Focused Look at Risk Management in the New Decade.

The program will offer advice for litigators and transactional lawyers alike, as well as in-house and outside counsel. Experienced lawyers and industry leaders in cybersecurity and technology will explore the role of expanding technology in construction and design, and resultant changes in risk assessment and management. Sessions will examine the risks raised by using tech tools such as augmented reality, artificial intelligence and block chain/e-contracting. Presenters will also outline the risks related to new trends in litigation management, including management of E-discovery and risks related to labor and employment developments. Attendees will depart armed with tools and insights to position their own practice for success, and to support their clients’ efforts to manage risk and strengthen their businesses in the new decade.

Please visit the Forum’s website for full details.


Federal Publications Seminar – Construction Schedule Delays

April 20 – 21, 2020
Dallas, TX

Learn from the most published experts on schedule delay analysis methods in the industry. This course will follow the 1200-page treatise authored by two of the course instructors, W. Stephen Dale and CPMI’s Robert D’Onofrio – Construction Schedule Delays – a comprehensive guide to schedule delay and disruption.  The treatise bridges both the legal and technical aspects of the topic from an easy-to-understand, but detailed presentation of law and examples. In addition to addressing the major delay analysis methods in use today, the instructors will review legal aspects of other critical topics, such as basics of CPM scheduling, concurrent delay, constructive acceleration. The course also includes the most detailed publication on loss of productivity in the industry, with seven book chapters covering all major methods for evaluating loss of productivity, and the same case law ranking process for delay applied to disruption.

Please visit the seminar website for more information.