Doug Oles on Resolving Construction Disputes for the 2011 American Bar Association Annual Meeting
Tue Aug 9, 2011
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About the ABA Annual Meeting:
The ABA’s sections, divisions, and other entities are developing more than 150 CLE programs that will help you improve your professional skills and expertise. There will be great opportunities to learn from and network with lawyers and judges from around the world. The meeting will also feature the world’s largest legal EXPO, providing an array of goods and services pertaining to the practice of law.
The Opening Assembly will be held Saturday, August 6, at 5:30 p.m. at the newly opened, state-of-the-art Koerner Hall at the historic Royal Conservatory of Music. The President’s Reception will immediately follow at the internationally acclaimed Royal Ontario Museum. It promises to be a memorable and enjoyable evening.
Resolving Construction Disputes in Canada and the U.S.- Looking Back, Looking Forward
August 4, 2011
Room 713B, 700 Level, MTCC, South Building
An in-depth discussion on the spectrum of processes for effectively resolving construction claims and disputes in Canada and the U.S. Topics to include: the “vanishing trial,” practical advice to counsel, ethical considerations, and best practices regarding arbitrating and mediating construction claims.
Philip L. Bruner, Chicago, Illinois
Duncan W. Glaholt, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Harvey Kirsh, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Douglas S. Oles, Seattle, Washington
Honorable J. Edgar Sexton, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada