Tymon Berger, Program Co-Chair, is an attorney at PNW Construction Law who represents builders and owners with construction disputes. His construction experience spans 24 years, beginning in the field managing work for three of the largest contractors in the U.S. He also advises stakeholders regarding: contract review and negotiation; bid protests; bond and lien claims; surety disputes; and claims for defective design, delay, productivity impacts, and scope disputes.
Robert S. Marconi, Program Co-Chair, is a partner at Ashbaugh Beal LLP. His practice is devoted to construction law and litigation, with a focus on public and private contracts, bid disputes and claim and dispute resolution. He has been Chair of the firm’s Construction Law Group since 1999. He has helped clients resolve construction disputes throughout the Western U.S. and has successfully handled multi-million dollar claims against a variety of public and private owners.
Brian M. Guthrie is an attorney with Ashbaugh Beal LLP. His practice focuses on Commercial and Business Litigation as well as Construction Law, including contract review & drafting, delay claims, contract/payment disputes, differing site conditions claims, bid protests, lien claims, and bond & retainage claims. He is a frequent speaker at Construction Law seminars in Washington and Idaho. He is also a member of the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC).
Brian C. Nadler is an attorney at Schlemlein Fick & Franklin PLLC whose practice focuses on commercial litigation, transactions, and disputes. During law school, he was Editor-in-Chief of the Gonzaga Law Review and a competing member of the National Trial Team. He also worked at the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Washington. After graduating, he served as a federal judicial clerk to Chief Judge Thomas O. Rice of the Eastern District of Washington.
Graehm C. Wallace is a partner in the Litigation Practice of Perkins Coie LLP. He has 24 years’ experience working in construction transactions, counseling, and litigation. His work covers all aspects of contract drafting & negotiating, including preconstruction, architectural, engineering, construction-management, design-build, balance of plant, engineering, procurement and construction, turn-key, consultant, bidding, advice during construction, and claim prosecution/defense.
Lindsay K. Watkins is a partner at Ahlers Cressman & Sleight PLLC. She works with general contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers, and has substantial experience with state and federal small, minority, and women-owned business programs. She routinely counsels clients in aspects of formation (e.g., drafting corporate governance documents that comply with the WBE/MBE/DBE/8(a) program eligibility requirements), certification, and eligibility issues and appeals.
This seminar is approved for the following credits:
This course has been approved for 3.5 hours of law and legal CLE credit by the Washington MCLE board (Live Credits for In Person Attendance & Webcast). Self-Study credit will be available, specific credit amount to be determined.
This course has been approved by The American Institute of Architects for 3.75 LUs (Live Credits for In Person Attendance & Webcast). Credits for recorded courses not available. The Seminar Group is an AIA CES Approved Provider.
This course has been approved by the IRMI for 4.0 hours of CRIS reaccreditation credits (Live Credits for In Person Attendance & Webcast). Credits for recorded courses not available.
Contractors & Engineers
Contractors and engineers may qualify for continuing education hours through the American Institute of Constructors or the Construction Management Association of America.
If you are purchasing only certain portions of the seminar then the full credit amount does not apply.
If you do not complete the full seminar you may not earn full credit. If you need assistance calculating your
credit please call our office at 206-463-4400 or 800-574-4852.
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