CLE: Construction Law Primer for Young Attorneys and General Practitioners—Part 2
Join us from 1:30 until 5 p.m. on Thursday, November 5 for "Construction Law Primer for Young Attorneys and General Practitioners—Part 2."
Illinois real estate enjoys robust health with continuing new residential and commercial construction, the remodeling of existing residential and commercial construction, and the improvement and construction of highways, roads, and bridges. Schools, universities, and wastewater treatment plants are also being constructed or improved. With so much ongoing construction taking place, it’s likely that Illinois practitioners will eventually be confronted with one or more construction matter. Don’t miss part two of this two-part series that examines the various issues that can arise in construction law cases and offers guidance on how to navigate these issues. Attorney with basic practice experience who attend this seminar will better understand: the basic steps for closing out of construction projects; the specialized issues, including Buy American requirements and workforce diversity requirements, that can affect construction projects; construction claims and how to process them; labor laws and prevailing wage issues that can impact a construction project; how arbitration and mediation can help your next construction law dispute; and how to identify and address the ethical issues that you may encounter throughout a construction law case.
This online program qualifies for 3.25 hours MCLE credit, including 1.0 hour Professionalism, Civility, or Legal Ethics credit (subject to approval).