Lane Powell will host the Washington State Bar Association Construction Law Section’s annual CLE in Seattle on Friday, June 7. This year, the seminar is focused on “Construction Doctrines: Is There a Doctrine in the House?”.
The seminar will include:
- Presentations on doctrines with special construction contracting applications, including the Spearin Doctrine, design-build concepts and implied warranties, Severin Doctrine, Independent Duty, Spoliation and mitigation of damages, and federal contracts;
- The popular Judicial Panel, with both appellate and superior court jurists, who will address discovery issues and Burnett factors, including rulings on various hypothetical act patterns;
- Annual case law and legislative updates; and a
- One-hour ethics discussion
Lane Powell Construction Team Chair Jennifer Beyerlein is program co-chair and will also co-present “Spearin Doctrine and Atherton”.
For those attending in person, plan on attending the post-seminar social hour from 4:30-5:30 p.m., sponsored by McMillen Jacobs Associates.
On-site attendance is limited to 45 attendees, so early sign ups are encouraged. If unable to attend in person, a live webcast option is also available.