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03/16/2012 Continuing Education of the California Bar Construction Defect Litigation: Hot Topics 2012

This Continuing Education of the California Bar (CEB) program in Los Angeles addresses the cutting edge issues in today’s construction defect litigation. The speakers discuss the latest developments in the law and tactical approaches in the current market from the perspective of plaintiffs, defendants, and insurers. They give you a comprehensive overview of the latest legal and practical issues in cases that frequently involve multiple parties, theories of recovery, expert witnesses and complex indemnity and contribution issues. Three (3) hours MCLE credit available. Link to CEB webiste below for more information.


Theodore L. Senet, Esq.


Prelitigation procedures
Statutes of limitation, statutes of repose and equitable tolling
Liability under the new California Building Standards Code
Design-build and construction management liability
Subcontractor liability and the duty to defend
Wrap-up vs. traditional insurance
Indemnity and risk transfer provisions
Mediation and settlement
Confidentiality in MSCs vs. mediations
Arbitration vs. judicial reference
Commercial vs. residential case nuances