I hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving weekend. We "emptied" out our garage, had a few socially distanced appetizers, and then split up food prepared by all to go home with a small group of our family. My 9 year old daughter decorated the driveway with spray chalk for the occasion! For the first time, we bought a turkey from a local farm (24+ pounds!). Photos of both are below.
What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You and Your Client: Scheduling for Construction Attorneys, Part I
This first of a two-part series will acquaint you with basic scheduling terms and techniques so that you can understand the scheduling terminology and effectively communicate with your expert. Our distinguished Panel will also address the following important issues common to construction claims: What type of contract scheduling clauses work and what don’t? Should the schedule be resource and cost loaded? Who owns the float? What happens when a contractor submits an early completion schedule? What should you look for in a schedule update? The Panel will also discuss the guidance from American Courts and Boards regarding scheduling on construction projects. The course will be eligible for 1.5 CLE.
Thanks for all you do for Division 1. Contact me if you want to learn more about Division 1 (Litigation & Dispute Resolution) or the ABA Forum on Construction Law.
Tom Dunn, Chair, Division 1 (Litigation & Dispute Resolution), rtdunn@PierceAtwood.com