Alan presented on the topic of Construction Contracting in Traditional and Alternative Project Delivery Systems, with a focus on how the various delivery systems affect the rights and obligations of each entity in the construction process.
Regarding the seminar, Alan stated “The turn out for the event was great. It is refreshing to see individuals involved in the construction process take the additional of step of learning more about construction law. Continuing education is a requirement for architects and engineers, but there is a choice in what topic to learn about, and choosing a construction law seminar is a great step towards improving relationships found on a construction project.”
Alan Duke practices in the areas of general business and contract law with a special emphasis on construction litigation. He regularly represents contractors, owners, and engineers regarding construction related issues. The seminar was presented by HalfMoon Education Inc., a company that provides high quality continuing education seminars and customer service to a variety of licensed professionals, including architects, engineers, land surveyors, attorneys and others.