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Damages and Strategic Options for Dispute Resolution: A Practice-Oriented Approach (2022 Construction Law Section Winter Program)

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There is more than one way to resolve a construction dispute — each with its own pros and cons, preparation requirements, and procedural steps. But first, you have to know what those options are, which one best suits your case, and how to effectively implement your chosen strategy to ultimately reach a resolution.

Join us for a practice-oriented approach to construction cases, starting off with a deep dive into various aspects of damages typically encountered on a construction project. Then examine the practical application of various options — including mediation, arbitration and collaborative law — that are available to the construction law practitioner for resolving disputes.


  • Damages 101
  • Preparing and Quantifying Claims for Lost Profits
  • Suretyship: Preparation and Everything You Wanted to Know but Were Afraid to Ask
  • Rethinking Mediation in a Construction Case
  • Preparing for Arbitration of a Construction Case
  • Something New: Collaborative Law for Construction Cases

Rebroadcast (Original Live Webcast Date: February 17, 2022)
Monday, May 9, 2022
8:55 AM–4:05 PM

Click here to view the full program agenda.


  • H. Arthur "Arty" Bolick II, Brooks Pierce McLendon Humphrey & Leonard, Greensboro
  • Jessica Bowers, Smith Bowers, Raleigh
  • Christopher Foux, LitCon Group LLC, Philadelphia, PA
  • Nan E. Hannah, Hannah Sheridan & Cochran LLP, Raleigh
  • David W. Hood, Patrick Harper & Dixon LLP, Hickory
  • Jason B. James, James deNobriga PLLC, Charlotte
  • Jason Ligon, LitCon Group LLC, Charlotte
  • Michael McCreadie, McGriff Insurance, Charlotte
  • Robert A. Meynardie, Meynardie & Nanney PLLC, Raleigh
  • John W. Ong, Law Office of John Ong PLLC, Charlotte
  • David Redding, TLG Law, Charlotte
  • Gregory L. Shelton, Shelton Law Carolinas, Charlotte
  • Ronald A. Skufca, Skufca Law PLLC, Charlotte
  • Nicole Slaughter, Hamlet & Associates PLLC, Wilmington

NCBA Construction Law Section

  • Daniel Knight, Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP, Raleigh (Planner)
  • Carmela E. Mastrianni, Hamilton Stephens Steele + Martin PLLC, Charlotte (Planner)
  • Charlie Middlebrooks, Johnston Allison & Hord, Charlotte (Planner)
  • John Ong, Law Office of John Ong PLLC, Charlotte (Planner)
  • Brian Schoolman, Safran Law Offices, Raleigh (Planner)

North Carolina: 6.00 MCLE Hours

See pricing below. Discounts may be available for NCBA members who are students, law professors, judges or legal services/public interest attorneys. Call CLE at 919.677.0561 for details.