Program Team: Co-chairs: Lauren E. Catoe, AECOM Hunt, and Anthony D. Lehman, Hudson Parrott Walker, and Governing Committee Liaison: Claramargaret H. Groover, Becker & Poliakoff, P.A.
Be prepared for the worst so you can be at your best if disaster strikes. You need to be prepared to handle the complex array of legal issues and claims that arise from all types of disasters. From risk assessment to insurance claims, labor shortages to FEMA recovery efforts and more, learn how to deal with every type of natural disaster so you can prepare your clients before, during, and after catastrophe hits.
Who Should Attend:
- Litigators and Advocates - Gain a broader understanding of the impact disasters have on your clients’ rights, duties, risks, and remedies - whether you represent owners, contractors, subcontractors, subconsultants, or suppliers.
- Transactional and In-House Attorneys - Learn more about risk assessment and insurance, contracting pitfalls and negotiation strategies, as well as the ethical considerations that arise when emergency action and internal leadership are needed most.
- New Construction Attorneys - Gain a broader understanding of claims avoidance and claims presentation from contract drafting and negotiation to dispute resolution techniques.
Here comes the sun. While you build your professional knowledge and skills while inside the meeting, come ready to enjoy South Florida’s newly renovated Diplomat Beach Resort outside the meeting with its many amenities, including lagoon pools, infinity deck, poolside cabanas, private beach and luxurious spa.