Join us for an exclusive presentation from Ryan Williams, Partner at Wilson Elser, on construction defect.
A common source of disputes and litigation in the construction industry are construction defects. There are different viewpoints on exactly what constitutes a construction defect depending upon not only location, but the parties involved. Understanding the laws surrounding construction defect litigation can make a huge impact on how a contractor handles the situation and ultimately what the outcome of the situation looks like. What can contractors do to protect themselves from this liability? And what does the litigation process look like with these disputes?
Ryan Williams, Partner at Wilson Elser, will be presenting a general overview of construction defect litigation in Colorado, including what issues are litigated, what the litigation process looks like, and potential changes in the law that may affect contractors in Colorado.
Ryan represents clients in construction defect matters, along with a number of other complex areas of litigation. His wide-ranging experience enables Ryan to effectively represent clients at all stages of litigation. With an insider’s perspective on right-to-repair statutes, warranty programs and case law in various jurisdictions, Ryan provides experienced counsel in managing liability resulting from construction defects. Throughout the project development continuum − from planning, to design, to construction, to the efficacy of completed projects − he analyzes and handles complex construction defect and delay claims under typical general liability and payment and performance bonds, as well as subcontractor default insurance and consolidated insurance programs.
Join us for this construction defect seminar with Ryan Williams on Wednesday, July 17th. Please register using the from below or RSVP to Kari Mortenson at email@example.com.