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*ONLINE LEARNING* - Every project participant makes decisions that have potential legal ramifications and resultant additional costs. This workshop, with an attorney and claims consultant as instructors, will show participants how early knowledge of potential problems is the price of success. CEUs: Course attendees are eligible to receive 0.4 Continuing Education Units, 4 CCM Renewal Points or 4 AIA Continuing Education Learning Units. Project Management Certificate Requirement

2/5/2019
When: On-Demand Learning
Where: ONLINE through Construction Institute, University of Hartford
260 Girard Avenue
Hartford, Connecticut  06105
United States
Presenter: Roy Cooper, P.E. Vice President, ARCADIS and Gregory Faulkner Partner, Robinson & Cole LLP
Contact: Chris Kullstroem
860-768-5869


Online registration is available until: 2/5/2020
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Management of Legal Exposures

ONLINE LEARNING

 

Online Learning Session

What is "Online Learning"?  Online learning sessions are classes in which traditional face-to-face instruction is replaced by web-based online learning. This allows the participant to work through the training at their own pace, and according to their own schedule.

 

Description of this Session

Every project participant makes decisions that have potential legal ramifications and resultant additional costs. This workshop, with an attorney and claims consultant as instructors, will show participants how early knowledge of potential problems is the price of success.

 

PROJECT MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENT

This workshop is the 6th of 6 workshops required for CI's Project Management Certificate program.

 

Learning Objectives 

  • Review of potential legal issues which may result from missteps.
  • Review case law examples, which will serve as foundation for explanation of a variety of construction related issues.
  • Discuss the importance of considering legal hurdles before making decisions, issuing RFI's, making promises or demanding compliance.
  • Raise the level of knowledge of all attendees to enable their subsequent identification of legal problems before the damage is done.

Instructor Bios

 

 

Gregory Faulkner, Partner at Robinson & Cole LLP

Mr. Faulkner is a partner and Chair of the Construction Practice with the firm Robinson & Cole, and member of the firm's Managing Committee. He has served as local, national, and international counsel in all aspects of construction law. In addition to serving the needs of all areas of the construction industry, he works closely with institutional owners and developers in the education, hospitality, and food and beverage industries with regard to their unique building and facilities program needs. He is also a long time member of the Commercial and Construction Panel of Neutrals for both the American Arbitration Association and the American Dispute Resolution Center.

 

 

Roy Cooper, P.E., Vice President at Arcadis

Mr. Cooper is the Vice President and leader of ARCADIS’ Contract Solutions group in North America. Mr. Cooper has more than 27 years of construction experience, including the analysis and review of complex construction claims from the beginning stages through trial support and expert testimony. Mr. Cooper has led large-scale claims evaluation assignments of almost every type, including the evaluation of schedule impacts, cost impact analysis, mediation, and claims negotiation, and has been qualified as an expert on both horizontal and vertical type projects. Mr. Cooper is a licensed Professional Engineer in the states of Connecticut, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey, Maryland, New York and Rhode Island.  Mr. Cooper has a Bachelor’s of Science in Civil Engineering from Michigan Technological University and a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Connecticut.

 

Mr. Cooper combines a strong educational and technical background along with practical experience and knowledge of construction principles and management.  His years of field and management experience have provided him with the ability to quickly identify and resolve complex technical and financial issues. Due to his background, Mr. Cooper also often gets engaged when disputes arise during construction, to act as a real-time problem solver. Mr. Cooper is an accomplished public speaker and is often invited to speak at seminars on construction claims and managing projects more effectively.


Training Details

Workshop will consist of online modules with assessments and recorded instructor session. 



Cost

Members: $165 / Non-Members: $225

Members, please login prior to registering to receive the member discount.

 

Continuing Educational Credit

Construction Institute is an AIA Registered Provider and a CCM Recertification Point Provider.

 

Course attendees are eligible to receive 0.4 Continuing Education Units, 4 CCM Renewal Points and/or 4 AIA Continuing Education Learning Units, verified through certificates of attendance, which are sent to participants after completion of workshop and assessment.

 

Course attendees wishing to receive AIA Continuing Education Learning Units and/or CCM Renewal Points should check in at the sign-in desk and fill out the appropriate attendance form(s) to receive credit.

 

       


 

For more information

 

For questions, contact Chris Kullstroem at ckullstroem@construction.org


 

Dean Level

 

 
Director Level

AKF Group, LLC  ARCADIS  Bartlett Brainard Eacott, Inc.
Innovative Engineering Services, LLC  Peterson Engineering Group, LLC
Saxe Doernberger & Vita, PC.  Siemens


Chair Level

Blakeslee Prestress  Consulting Engineering Services  |  F+F Mechanical, Inc. |  TRANE

 

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