Thursday, October 6, 2016
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Hilton Garden Inn - Temple
1749 Scott Boulevard
Temple, TX 76504
Topic: Saving Money in a Construction Lawsuit
Speaker: Clayton Utkov & Carson Fisk, Andrews Myers
Topic Description: Practical tips that you can use both before and during a lawsuit to decrease the cost and lessen the negative impact on your business.
Carson Fisk represents construction industry participants in both contentious and non-contentious matters, including complex construction litigation, transactional, and best practices and claims counseling matters. His practice focuses on the representation of general contractors, but he also actively represents developers/owners, subcontractors, and sureties. He has experience with construction disputes involving construction and design defects, delay and acceleration claims, payment claims, mechanics liens and bond claims, termination claims, administrative actions, and surety claims, although he is adept in assisting parties in resolving their disputes prior to trial/final hearing. He has also drafted and negotiated a variety of construction contracts, including prime contracts, design contracts, EPC agreements, lender agreements, subcontracts, and purchase contracts, in both the private and public sectors. Additionally, he maintains an active alternative dispute resolution practice, and is a credentialed mediator with the Texas Mediator Credentialing Association and is listed as a neutral on the American Arbitration Association Roster of Neutrals.
Clayton Utkov’s practice focuses on both transactional and dispute resolution aspects of construction law. He represents general contractors, subcontractors, owners, developers and suppliers in all matters, from drafting and negotiating construction contracts to complex construction dispute resolution, including contract disputes, performance and payment disputes, delay claims, design and construction defects, and bond and lien claims. He represents clients on public projects, including highway projects, schools, hospitals and waste water treatment facilities, and private projects, including hotels, multi-family developments, industrial facilities and office projects. Clayton has experience resolving issues for his clients through negotiations, mediation, arbitration, and litigation in both state and federal court.
Non Member: $30
1 CPE Credit will be offered for this event.