27th Annual

Washington Construction Law

Tuesday, September 22 & 23, 2020 - LIVE WEBCAST broadcast from Seattle, WA


Available In:


WA MCLE: 11.5 Law & Legal & 1.0 Ethics Credits
OR CLE: 11.5 General & 1.0 Ethics Credits
CA CLE: 11.75 General & 1.0 Ethics Credits

*See credits tab for full information on credits.

Topics covered

Alternative Dispute Resolution, Bankruptcy, Construction, Contracts, Ethics, Insurance, Litigation, Professional Liability, Public Works

Who Should attend

Architects, Attorneys, Contractors, Engineers, Government Employees, Municipal Employees



This seminar is moving forward as a Live Webcast only.
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We are offering this discount as a favor to our clients during this trying time.
Please take advantage of our convenient and easy-to-use webcast option
to get the information, and continuing education credits, you need. We are
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Seminar Overview

If you practice Construction Law, desire to practice Construction Law, or are confronted with matters involving Construction Law, you cannot afford to miss this conference. Learn recent developments in Washington and Federal case law, statutes and regulations. Learn how to protect the rights of your clients when dealing with public contracts, cutting edge contracting delivery methods, insurance, and bankruptcy. Find out from the mediator what strategies and tactics can help you settle your disputes through Alternative Disputes Resolution (ADR).

The Construction Law legal terrain is ever changing. Protect your company’s rights to receive payment for its work, and preserve defenses against unmeritorious demands. What you don’t know will hurt you!

Construction industry participants need to have the latest information to navigate the complex construction process in today’s world. Come learn from Washington State’s top construction lawyers. Our format of presenting the latest developments, with practical insights on the issues, has been time tested for over two decades.