Long International is supporting continuous learning in the construction industry by being a gold sponsor of the 2023 Society of Construction Law North America Conference.
As in years past, Long International is supporting continuous learning in the construction industry. We are a gold sponsor of the 2023 Society of Construction Law North America Conference July 16-18 at the InterContinental Hotel in Boston. Visit us at Booth 13 to learn how we prevent and solve project management issues, and enter our draw for a chance to win a free copy of our book Cumulative Impact and Other Disruption Claims in Construction.
The conference theme is “The Dispute Marathon – Who Wins It, Avoidance or Resolution?” The conference is a unique opportunity for professionals in the construction and construction law fields to discuss cutting-edge topics related to domestic and international construction disputes.
SCL conferences bring together various international professionals from the legal and technical fields, including owners, senior construction executives, general counsel, attorneys, arbitrators, academics, design professionals, and consultants. Speakers include leaders and professionals who will share expert knowledge and experience and highlight issues, opportunities, and emerging trends.
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As part of Long International’s ongoing commitment to educating the industry on construction claims, in November 2022, Richard J. Long, P.E., P.Eng., conducted training for graduate level classes.
Discover industry insights from our engineering and construction claims experts on a variety of topics including construction law, disputes and claims, project management, and risk analysis.
Long International is supporting continuous learning in the construction industry by being a gold sponsor of the 2022 Society of Construction Law North America Conference.
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Mr. Long's new book is entitled Why Construction Claims Occur and How to Prevent Them.