14th Annual Construction Superconference

Venue: Sutton Place Hotel

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Event Date/Time: Nov 29, 2004 End Date/Time: Nov 30, 2004
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IF YOU ARE INVOLVED IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY, THIS IS ONE EVENT YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS

Now in its 14th successful year, The Canadian Institute's Construction Superconference is the event that the construction industry relies on for comprehensive, practical advice on difficult and critical construction law issues.

No matter the size of the project, everyone involved in the construction pyramid — whether owner, project manager, sub-trade, design professional or otherwise — must daily meet critical challenges in this industry. As well as current obligations, you need to stay on top of new challenges.

This annual Canadian Institute event is your best source for getting the full picture on these issues and others arising throughout all stages of the construction project. You will receive valuable and practical advice from top industry specialists and lawyers on both perennial problems and critical developments affecting the construction industry, including:
*A revolution in the law of public tendering
*Dealing with insolvency issues if the project goes sour
*Personal liability exposure on the environmental front
*The latest information on claims, disputes, damages and construction liens

Plus! If you want to gain hands-on, practical advice, attend one of our Optional Post-Conference Workshops on December 1, 2004: “Advanced Guide to Negotiating, Structuring and Drafting the Construction Contract”, or, “What Every Contractor and Owner Needs to Know About Bidding and Tendering: The Complete Guide” and “Effectively Filing a Construction Lien — While Avoiding the Pitfalls”.

Delegates will also benefit from the comprehensive materials provided specifically for this conference, which will be an invaluable resource long after the conference is over.

Don't miss this opportunity to network with your peers and obtain answers to your critical questions.

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