November 6 and December 4, 2020
We look forward to sponsoring the 41st Annual Construction Law and Public Contracts Seminar.
For over four decades, this has been the go-to program for both lawyers and industry representatives with a stake in construction law or public contracts matters. While COVID-19 concerns are preventing this program from occurring at the Boar’s Head Resort this year, the planning committee and faculty have worked hard to offer you the same high-quality instructional content through a remotely delivered option still providing live-interactive credit. This year the program is divided up over two days—November 6 and December 4. You can choose to attend either or both days. The offerings will range from annual ethics and legal updates to specific programs on the most pressing industry and governmental issues.
For full details, please visit their website.
November 13, 2020
LIVE GoTo Webinar | 9:45 AM EST – 7 PM EST
The Florida Bar Alternative Dispute Resolution Section’s inaugural Arbitration Advocacy Institute is a one-day, virtual workshop for attorney-arbitrators that will provide coaching on mechanics, technology and professionalism to help Florida attorneys boost their arbitration advocacy skills.
CPMI’s Michael D’Onofrio and expert panelists will participate in a session titled, Hot Tubbing (a/k/a Concurrent Testimony) Expert Witnesses – a Role Play. Two highly skilled litigators representing opposing parties and their respective expert witnesses will demonstrate how opposing experts could be called to present their opinions to the Arbitrator at the same time in a construction dispute. Attendees will increase their knowledge of the arbitration process from beginning to end—distinct from mediation and litigation—and participate in virtual clinics for diverse arbitration practice areas.
For full details on this event and to register, please visit their website.
October 22, 2021
We look forward to sponsoring at the 2021 Women in Construction Conference in Washington, DC.
The Women in Construction (WIC) Conference is the Mid-Atlantic region’s premiere forum for education, professional development and networking for women in the build industry. More than 450 men and women attend the event each year. Representing every discipline, the attendees include general contractors, subcontractors, developers, architects, engineers, representatives from trade associations, nonprofits, construction consulting companies and law firms from across the U.S. and Canada.
Please visit WIC’s website for more information.