Construction executives and their legal counsel are facing increasingly complex legal risks amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Your ability to identify and mitigate liability in construction projects is more relevant than ever.

Expert speakers will analyze emerging COVID-19 risks and provide practical insights on how to manage them and other complex construction risks.

Hear from and connect with this outstanding line-up of speakers with expertise on everything from contract negotiation to construction insurance, litigation, and conflict resolution, and take away strategies to maximize your projects’ success and limit your liability in today’s climate.

FEATURED SPEAKERS
Karen Groulx

Karen Groulx

Partner
Dentons Canada LLP

Agnes von dem Hagen

Agnes von dem Hagen

Vice President, Transaction Legal
Infrastructure Ontario

Andrea Lee

Andrea Lee

Partner
Glaholt LLP

Carla Carmichael

Carla Carmichael

VP, Project Assurance and Contract Management – Enterprise Projects
Ontario Power Generation

Neil Abbott

Neil Abbott

Partner
Gowling WLG

Carina Reider

Carina Reider

Project Manager
ODACC

This Years Highlights
  • Risks in Construction Contracts – unforeseen or unforeseeable?
  • Why the OHSA is more important than ever, and how workplace parties can protect themselves
  • Ins and outs of new legislation, how you are affected, and how you should respond
  • Responding to Ontario’s construction labour shortage
  • How to avoid common project pitfalls and frequently litigated disputes
COMPLIMENTARY WEBINAR
Emerging Contract Performance Liability and Litigation Amid COVID-19 Restrictions

Decipher how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected your construction projects and where there may be risk of liability and litigation from government directives and social distancing to ensuring worker safety and assessing contract delays.

Friday, May 22
10:00 – 11:00am EST

Join us for a complimentary webinar.

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CPD ACCREDITATION

This 2-day conference program can be applied towards 9 of the 9 substantive hours of annual Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as required by the Law Society of Ontario. In addition, 1 hour can be applied towards the Professionalism (Ethics and Professional Responsibility) requirement. Members will also receive an additional 3 substantive hours for each of the pre-conference workshops A and B. Learn More

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