Are you and your company fully prepared for the legal issues impacting the construction industry?
Amundsen Davis invites you to a complimentary program on the laws and regulations impacting the construction industry!
This day-long program will review key legal issues and developments impacting the construction industry in 2016. The program will include a review of important legal issues, discuss the practical impact of those issues, and identify suggested best practices for addressing those issues.
Who Should Attend? Construction Industry CEOs, COOs, CFOs, Accountants, Human Resource Managers, Safety Consultants, and Risk Managers.
Our presenters will cover a broad range of important topics, including the following:
9:00 am -- Construction Contract Update
Key construction contract terms and how to update important language to protect your interests
10:00 am -- Protecting The Bottom Line
How to effectively manage accounts receivables using mechanics liens and bond claims
11:00 am -- Reducing High Risk Exposure
How to diminish personal injury risks and manage personal injury claims
12:00 pm -- Lunch
Drones in the construction industry
12:30 pm -- OSHA Developments
Identifying new OSHA developments and explaining the process for managing an OSHA inspection
2:00 pm -- Labor & Employment Law Update
Key 2015 NLRB decisions and other labor and employment developments that will impact the construction industry in 2016
3:00 pm -- Program Concludes
We hope you can join us!
SPEAKERS: Dennis Cotter, Co-Chair, Construction Practice Group; Matt Horn, Co-Chair, Construction Practice Group; Jeff Risch, Chair, Labor & Employment Practice Group; Jerry Prindiville, Asst. Director of Training and Development, Optimum Safety Management
DATE: Thursday, February 11; 8:30 am to 3:00 pm
REGISTRATION: Registration starts at 8:30 am with the program to follow at 9:00 am. Lunch will be provided
CLE/HRCI CREDIT: This program is CLE and HRCI credit pending for Illinois.
LOCATION: Harry Caray's, Yorktown Center, 70 Yorktown Shopping Center, Lombard, IL 60148, 630.953.3400