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Construction Disputes and Defect Litigation

The program discusses: general and high-level issues of construction disputes, how construction defect litigation happens and tips to keep costs and time of litigation down, general background knowledge of defenses that can be raised and consideration of the impact of insurance on defect litigation.
Credits: 1 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P2302-23R
$60.00 or 1.00 credits
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The program discusses: general and high-level issues of construction disputes, how construction defect litigation happens and tips to keep costs and time of litigation down, general background knowledge of defenses that can be raised and consideration of the impact of insurance on defect litigation.


Faculty:

Adam C. Toosley, Hirzel Law

Expires:

3/1/2025

The program discusses: general and high-level issues of construction disputes, how construction defect litigation happens and tips to keep costs and time of litigation down, general background knowledge of defenses that can be raised and consideration of the impact of insurance on defect litigation.


Faculty:

Adam C. Toosley, Hirzel Law

Expires:

3/1/2025

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Program Date4/1/2023
Products specifications
Program Date4/1/2023
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