1-Day Program

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Why You Should Attend
While the art of negotiating and drafting construction contracts has always involved dynamic practice skills, the governing body of construction law and regulations has generally remained static—until recently, that is.  In the last several years, demands for efficiency and sustainability in commercial and large public construction projects have been met with an increased use of technology, new construction contract modules, and more attention to funding at the federal level.  
Construction practice is now more likely to involve digital technologies such as Building Information Modeling (BIM) and project management software.  Then the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) has specifically allocated funding and tax incentives for projects that support infrastructure and renewable energy goals.   These new developments have fundamentally changed the way we structure construction contracts and how courts interpret key provisions.
PLI is proud to again join with Patrick Miller, Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath, and Conor Tighe, Clayco, to ensure that construction law practitioners are fully equipped to build the best contracts for their clients.  As always, we’ve recruited faculty from among the country’s best practicing in the construction, infrastructure, and energy sectors to provide you with innovative, successful practice tips while keeping you updated on the legal and regulatory developments that impact your clients’ goals. 

What You Will Learn
After completing this program, participants will be able to:
• Review and adapt AIA’s new construction contract modules
• Advise clients on structuring construction contracts for federal funding 
• Understand EPC Agreements from the Owner’s and Contractor’s perspectives
• Adapt EPC Agreements for IRA federal funding and renewable energy goals 
• Draft key contract provisions to address supply chain regulations and increasing demands for sustainability 
• Zealously and ethically advocate for clients during contract negotiations, ongoing project discussions, and dispute resolutions. 

Who Should Attend
Construction law attorneys including defense and in-house counsel who draft, review, litigate, or otherwise advise on construction contract matters including risk allocation, government regulation, and finance.

Program Level: Overview  
Prerequisites: Attendees should have a background in construction law and basic construction contract provisions. 
Advanced Preparation: None 


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