Tymon Berger, Program Co-Chair, the principal of Berger Construction Law, has 24 years' experience. He became a lawyer after ten years as a carpenter and CM, and now advises contractors regarding: contract review and negotiation; bid protests; bond and lien claims; surety disputes; and claims for defective design, delay, productivity impacts, scope disputes, and extra work.
Thomas Kuffel, Program Co-Chair, is an attorney in the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, Civil Division. He heads the Contracts Section which provides legal advice to County departments on issues relating to the procurement and administration of contracts for goods, services, information technology products and systems, and the design and construction of public works.
Jim Burt is the Capital Projects Manager for the King County Facilities Management Division.
Arnold R. Hedeen is a member of Hedeen & Caditz PLLC, where his practice focuses on construction and government contract law and general civil litigation. He has 30 years of experience representing owners, prime contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, and trade associations on all aspects of the procurement, construction and dispute resolution process including ADR.
Robert S. Marconi is a partner at Ashbaugh Beal LLP and Chair of the Construction Law Group. Since joining the firm in 1989, his practice has been devoted to construction law and litigation, with a focus on public and private contracts, bid disputes, claim and dispute resolution. He regularly conducts seminars and presentations on a variety of construction-related topics.
Colm Nelson is a partner with Stoel Rives LLP. He represents clients in construction transactions, construction litigation, procurement and real estate matters. He has more than 10 years of experience in the construction industry and negotiates complex construction and design contracts for public and private owners. He has substantial experience handling procurement issues.
Karl F. Oles is a partner with Stoel Rives LLP in the Construction and Design section of the Litigation practice group. He has represented owners, architects, engineers, contractors and subcontractors in complex construction litigation and has experience in other complex business disputes. He has also drafted and negotiated multi-million dollar design and construction contracts.
This seminar is approved for the following credits:
This course has been approved for 3.5 hours of law and legal CLE self-study credit by the Washington MCLE board.
This course has been approved by the Oregon State Bar for 3.5 general CLE credits.
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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