2019 Midwinter - Public Construction Projects: Not Always a Hollywood Ending
Millennium Biltmore Hotel, 12 PM PST
We invite you to trade the cold and gray of winter in January for the blue skies and warm breezes of Tinseltown. Yes, the Forum is finally returning to Los Angeles, and on no less than the eve of the Super Bowl of movies - the Academy Awards. Our program, "Public Construction Projects: Not Always a Hollywood Ending," celebrates the town's creativity and vitality while exploring the ins and outs of the backbone of much of our national construction industry: public construction. For, where would the movies be without airports, roads, bridges, museums, water treatment plants, and filled potholes to support them? Our program is designed to answer questions about public construction law and even more importantly, to teach smart lawyers what questions to ask.