Construction Law

Dallas – Belo Mansion – Sep 13-14, 2012

Join a nationally-recognized faculty of construction lawyers, liability and insurance experts, and litigation and economics consultants for UT Law's Construction Law in Dallas. Aimed at the intermediate to advanced practitioner, this program provides broad-based coverage of key litigation and counseling and contract issues. Highlights include: A thorough analysis of risk management and contract issues, including government contracts, potential liability boundaries of architects and engineers, and insurance and financial roadblocks Bernard L. Weinstein, economics expert and SMU professor, provides updates and predictions on the growth of Texas metropolitan areas in comparison to the rest of the United States over the next five years in Economic Prospects for the U.S., Texas and DFW: Short-Term and Long-Term A focused series on litigation: Preparing witnesses for deposition, development and resolution of multi-party cases that are efficient and economically practical, and ethical dangers for construction litigation and how to defuse them Friday's Luncheon Presentation with Edward Josiah, a demonstrative evidence expert at Nautilus Consulting LLC, analyzes the difficulties of presenting complex evidence and gives examples of low-tech and high-tech alternatives: Effective Use of Animations, Simulations and Demonstrative Evidence in Construction Cases Substantive materials and 2.00 hours of ethics Practical advice, papers, sample contracts, and suggestions on how to handle the tough counseling, drafting and litigation issues faced by typical legal practitioners and design professionals are all part of Construction Law. Mark your calendars!

  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 13.50 | 2.00 ethics
  • Credit Info
  • Specializations:
    Consumer and Commercial Law, Civil Trial Law, Real Estate Law