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Organizations with continuous capital programs are likely to encounter claims and litigation sooner or later. This presentation will use a case study to guide participants through the lifecycle of a dispute, providing insight to owners from both a plaintiff and defendant perspective. Participants will see how project documentation, good contracts, construction schedule, and pay application management impact the litigator’s strategy as they work to resolve the conflict between owner and contractor.

Key learning objectives

  • Understand the warning signs that a contractor may consider litigation
  • Understand how to work with legal counsel to prepare for litigation
  • Understand strategies to reach resolution

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