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11th Annual Construction Law Institute
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Construction Law CLE in Bozeman MT

10/9/2015
When: October 9, 2015
8:00 - 5:00
Where: Homewood Suites
1023 East Baxter Lane
Bozeman, Montana  59715
United States
Contact: Gino Dunfee
406-447-2202

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Construction law practitioners and construction professionals will gain insight into practical, yet critical issues to consider before, during, and after a construction project.    Such issues include what type of insurances to have in place and in your contracts, what types of provisions are important to include in construction contracts, including alternative dispute resolution procedures, recent Montana law on the importance of following notice provisions in a construction contract, the standards of care which may govern a construction project, and much more.

The seminar is being held at the Homewood Suites, 1023 East Baxter Lane, Bozeman, MT 59715.

Rooms are being held at the rate of $169.00, and the block will expire on September 8th. Please call (406) 587-8180 for reservations and reference the State Bar of Montana for the room block price. 

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Schedule:

a.m.

8:00

Registration

Continental Breakfast Included

8:30

Opening Remarks, Welcome

Bridget W. leFeber

8:40

Insurance Checklist—Coverages You Want on a Project as a General Contractor,

Subcontractor, and Owner
Rich Deming

9:25

Contracts to Consider For Your Project and “Must Have” Provisions
Eric Nord

10:20

Break

10:35

To Include or Not Include the AAA In Your Contract. Changes to the AAA Making It More Economical for Construction Disputes
Michael R. Powell

11:25

Following Those Notice Provisions In Your Construction Contract

Matt McLean

p.m.

12:25

Lunch(Included With Registration)

Construction Law Section Meeting

1:25

Montana Construction and Real Estate Case Law Update

Justice James Jeremiah Shea

2:10

Establishing the Standard of Care in

Montana—Using the Building Code and

Other Standards to Consider

Glenn Tremper and Kellie G. Sironi

3:15

Break

3:00

Spoliation Issues to Consider in a

Construction Case

Bridget W. leFeber

4:00

Panel Discussion

5:00

Closing