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Connecticut (CT) Construction Law CLE Course Catalog

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63 minutes
Presenting and Proving Causation: Exploring Key Trial Aspects of a Building or Structure Collapse
A diverse panel, composed of attorneys and experts, will explore key aspects of a construction collapse and discuss best practices for coverage considerations as well as presenting to juries

American Bar Association

$75

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Navigating HUD Construction Compliance and Construction Disputes
This panel will take a practical approach to compliance with federal construction requirements, including Section 3 employment, training and contracting; Davis Bacon and Labor Standards; Minority Business Enterprises (MBE) and Women's Business Enterprises (WBE); and reasonable accommodations and relocation.

American Bar Association

$115

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Customs Compliance in Construction: How to Spot and Navigate Complex Trade Challenges in Construction Projects and EPC Contracts
Through the exploration of a typical EPC contract, you can identify common customs compliance challenges to better manage and mitigate costly risks. This program expands on customs concepts such as classification, valuation, and origin and highlights how proactive planning can help your clients avoid delays, additional tariff costs, and potential contract disputes.

American Bar Association

$75

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COVID-19 - Present and Future Legal Impacts on the Construction Industry
The construction industry faces new and different challenges to addressing COVID-19 impacts as this pandemic continues. How do you segregate COVID-19 impacts from other impacts that occurred simultaneously? To what extent are secondary impacts and risks such as price escalation, supply chain shortages, and workforce availability a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and what does that mean to parties in a dispute? What changes to procedures implemented during the pandemic can be maintained long-term to mitigate risk in future contracts?

American Bar Association

$75

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Dispute Resolution in Construction Cases
COVID-19 has brought backlogs to courts and issues in the construction industry. ADR is capable of solving both problems. Discover how you can take your practice into a lucrative and in-demand area of law!

American Bar Association

$75

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