Annual Construction Law Conference


  32nd Annual Construction Law Conference (2019)
 
(Sponsored by The Construction Law Foundation of Texas & The Construction Law Section, in cooperation with the Texas Institute of CLE)
   February 28 & March 1, 2019 (Golf Tournament February 27th)
 
The La Cantera Resort & Spa
  San Antonio, Texas
 
SAVE THE DATES - Discounted early online registration opens in December!

Order the 2018 course materials online via the Texas Institute of CLE website.
Download the 2018 brochure/order form.


The 2018 course included topics such as:

  • Case Law, Insurance Law and Legislative Updates
  • Notice Anything? Is My $50 Million Dollar Damage Claim Really Barred Because I Failed to Send the Contractually Required Notice within Seven Days?
  • Trial Demonstration: Zachry v. Port of Houston Opening Statement
  • Ethical Issues for Lawyers in the Cloud including Cyber Risks (Ethics Credit) (Thursday Lunch Session)
  • OCIP or CCIP Exclusive Remedy
  • Election of Remedies
  • The Stowers Doctrine in Construction Litigation (Afternoon Breakout Session)
  • Can I Say That? (Ethics Credit) (Afternoon Breakout Session)
  • But I Need to Know (Afternoon Breakout Session)
  • The Big Hurt (Ethics Credit) (Afternoon Breakout Session)
  • Bid Protest Primer and Current Trends (Breakfast Breakout Session)
  • Arbitration of Multi-Party Construction Disputes (Breakfast Breakout Session)
  • Tweeting Through the Condo Act: Key Issues for Practitioners, Owners, and Developers in Bite-Sized Pieces (Breakfast Breakout Session)
  • Hot Topics from In-House Counsel in 2018
  • Economic Loss Rule and the Claim for Contribution
  • The Night is Dark and Full of Terrors: The Horrifying Dangers of Texas Construction Law
  • It's Like Deja Vu All Over Again: A Look at the 2017 AIA A201 General Conditions
  • Where Did My Performance Bond Go and How Did I Lose It?
  • Managing High Profile Litigation (Ethics Credit) (Friday Lunch Session)
  • Successful Construction of the Death Star: Creative Leasehold Construction Financing, Contractual Subordination, and the Risk Shifted to Lien Claimants
  • Practical Effect on Enforcing Indemnity (Ethics Credit)
  • One Breach, Two Breach, Old Breach, New Breach
  • A Speedy Defense
  • ...and more!

Our esteemed conference faculty members are respected, experienced leaders in the field of construction law. At the Annual Construction Law Conference you and your colleagues are learning from the best in the business, period.

The La Cantera Resort & Spa –– A limited number of rooms are reserved at The La Cantera Resort & Spa. Reservations at the special group rate will open in December. The hotel is located at 16641 La Cantera Parkway, San Antonio, TX 78256.


Sponsorship Opportunities

The Construction Law Section is pleased to offer sponsorship opportunities to companies in the construction industry that wish to reach to movers and shakers in the construction legal field. Sponsor/Exhibitor registration for 2019 will be announced in October! Click here to view the 2018 sponsor opportunities flyer, including the description of sponsorship levels, benefits and the registration form. Before submitting your form, please contact Texas Institute of CLE at (512) 451-6960 or admin@constructionlawsection.org to discuss any open slots available.