Preventing or Minimizing Future

Construction Defect Litigation

Wednesday, May 15, 2019 - Miami, FL


Available In:


FL CLER: 7.5 Credits
FL Contractors: 7.5 General Credit Hours

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Topics covered

Bad Faith, Construction, Insurance, Litigation, Product Liability, Professional Liability

Who Should attend

Architects, Attorneys, Contractors, Engineers, Insurance Professionals

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Seminar Overview

Construction and design defects are the scourge of the construction industry and can cause building damage and result in significant expenses for owners, designers, contractors, material suppliers and insurers. Defect claims can plague our court and arbitration systems, resulting in insurance claims and loss of productivity for the owners, designers, and contractors while the litigation proceeds.  Some companies are changing how (and whether) they build condominiums. The standard assumptions related to risk transfer and insurance coverage no longer apply. Instead, companies are continually adjusting their practices in response to changes in market conditions, insurance availability, and the law.

This seminar will focus on strategies and tactics employed to address and avoid construction defect problems. The speakers at this seminar have a vast amount of experience with construction defect claims and are among the leaders in their trades. Attending this seminar will help keep you on the cutting edge of the ever-changing world of construction defects.