Original Program: September 28-29, 2018
This program is intended to steer attendees through the construction defect claim process, from as early as drafting a client’s contracts to better defend against potential future claims, through pre-litigation considerations, the collaborative process either before or after litigation, and through litigation and the various issues that may arise therein.
This program is designed to:
- Provide a thorough understanding of how to prepare for and tackle construction defect claims
- Appeal to both the contractual and litigious interests of construction defect claims
- Equip North Carolina attorneys to better instruct and meet their clients’ needs in connection with construction defect claims
Planned by the NCBA Construction Law Section
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September 28, 2018
- Drafting Contracts to Protect Your Client from Defect Claims | Burchette, Johnson and West
- Evaluation of Considerations in Defending a Defect Claim | Slaughter
- The Use of Collaborative Law in Construction Cases | Ong
- The Intersection of Construction Defects and Various Experts | Rosenwood
- Posturing Your Case to Tackle Insurance Coverage Issues | Brown
- How to Survive the Discovery ePocalypse: A Guide to eDiscovery Best Practices | Bailey
- Ethical Implications of Multiple Parties (Ethics) | Campbell
- The Economic Loss Rule | Coats
Mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) and Certified Paralegal Education (CPE) (Total): 9.00
Ethics/Professional Responsibility: 1.00
This seminar is no longer available for purchase.