First published by the Construction Law Section in 1994, the North Carolina Construction Law Deskbook is a vital resource to all Construction Law Section members. Take a sneak peek inside the forthcoming 9th Edition as we trace the evolution of key construction law principles as they have developed through our decisional law.
During this program, a distinguished group of speakers (including editors of the 9th Edition Deskbook) discusses the legal hurdles encountered when pursuing claims for additional compensation and explores the increased utilization of alternative project delivery methods in public sector construction.
Attendees discover how bonding companies investigate, defend and resolve surety claims, and also gain timely insights about jobsite safety and the licensure of construction professionals.
- The Lasting Impact of Seminal Cases on Present-Day Construction Litigation
- A Well-Regulated Construction Industry: The Licensing of Construction Professionals
- More Money, More Problems? Frequently Litigated Issues When a Contractor Seeks Additional Compensation
- The North Carolina Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Wants to Inspect My Client’s Jobsite — Now What?
- Design-Bid-Build Is So Passé: The Brave New World of Alternative Project Delivery in Public Contracting
- What to Expect When You’re Expecting to Deal with a Surety
Wednesday-Thursday, February 17-18, 2021
NCBA Construction Law Section
North Carolina: 6.00 MCLE Hours
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