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
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