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Construction Law Conference in Toronto


August 15, 2007
by Canadian Architect

Taking place on Wednesday, October 10, 2007 at the Westin Prince Hotel in Toronto, Ontario, this one-day conference on Tendering and Contracts will feature a lineup of leading legal experts that will provide strategies to avoid pitfalls when dealing with tendering and contract issues. They will provide the tools to master the complexities of tendering and contracts in order to improve profitability. The subject matter will be of considerable value to general contractors, architects, engineers, developers, builders, lawyers, consultants and engineers as well as owners.

Featured speakers include: Glenn Ackerley of WeirFoulds LLP; Janine Kovach of Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP; Harland Lindsay of Parkin Architects Limited; Bill Pigott of Miller Thomson LLP; Rocco Sebastiano of Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP; and Conference Chair Paul Sandori of Revay and Associates Ltd.

The Construction Law conferences are provided by York Communications/MMPI, the organizer of Canada’s leading building design and construction shows and the publisher of the Construction Law News Bulletin and Building Envelope Forum.

The registration fee is $475.00 + 6% GST (prior to September 21) includes coffee, morning and afternoon refreshment breaks, lunch, and conference handouts.

Send four people from the same organization and receive the fifth registration for the same event free. Space is limited, so register now. For further details and to register online, please visit www.lawtalk.ca or call 416.512.3807.



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1 Comment » for Construction Law Conference in Toronto
  1. Haitham Hana says:

    the link for information to the construction law conference in Toronto that you provided does not work
    http://www.lawtalk.ca





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