Atlanta – Kevin Gaffney, director, Construction SuperConference, “The Construction SuperConference plans its educational content to comply with the accreditation requirements accepted by most major credentialing organizations, which allow for attendees to obtain MCLE credits.”
The Construction SuperConference is now accepting proposals for the annual event to be held on Dec. 10-12, 2018, in Las Vegas, NV, at the Encore at Wynn. The Construction SuperConference is regarded as one of the leading industry events for construction owners, contractors, general counsel, and construction attorneys. All presentation proposals are due no later than Monday, April 2, 2018, at 8:00 pm EST.
“Last year’s Construction Superconference content was the best that I have seen,” added Brian Perlberg ConsensusDocs Executive Director and Senior Counsel. “In addition to a great venue and unmatched networking opportunities with top construction law minds, I learn a great deal from the session that I leverage when I got back to the office. The conference has come a long way in providing both critical and cutting-edge quality content.”
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“We are looking for experts to speak on a variety of topics, including Arbitration, Contract Management, Dispute Resolution, Innovative Litigation Strategies, Risk Management and Workforce, Labor Issues just to name a few.” says Gaffney.
Each educational session is 75 minutes, which allows for audience participation and interaction. Each session should be focused on providing high-level educational content befitting this premier conference. The target audience is construction attorneys, construction industry general counsel, construction industry executives representing developers, government, design professionals and contractors. Eighty-six percent of attendees at the conference have worked in the industry for 11 years or more.
CONFERENCE PRESENTATION TOPICS:
• BIM/Emerging Technology
• Contract Management
• Dispute Resolution*
• Ethics, Compliance, Advocacy
• Innovative Litigation Strategies
• Insurance and Surety*
• P3 Trends
• Risk Management*
• Workforce, Labor Issues
*Our top 3 topics that attendees most look for are Dispute Resolution, Insurance and Surety, and Risk Management. Considerations for acceptance includes timely and substantive content, with a reference to a case study preferred. Suggested panelists should include senior attorney, general counsel and construction firm executive.
EVALUATION OF SESSION PROPOSALS
All Session Proposals are reviewed by the Conference Advisory Board. The review focuses on the relevance and importance of the proposed topic, the quality of each Proposal and its proposed Panel as well as the appropriateness of the proposed session in the context of the overall conference content. Proposed speaker panels should be balanced to include a strong presence of industry practitioners, such as general counsel and industry executives. Successful proposals typically propose 3 or 4 speakers, including the moderator.
• Presenters do not receive honorariums and are responsible for their own travel/hotel arrangements.
• Presenters agree to submit all program materials, including handouts and PowerPoint slides electronically by dates indicated in the referenced link above. Presenters will receive instructions on submitting materials.
• All presenters must provide their own laptop loaded with their presentation at the time of session.
• The main session presenter (Speaker 1) per session receives a complimentary full conference registration. Additional presenters within a session are responsible for the costs of registration which are discounted at a rate.
Monday, April 2: Call for Presentations due, 8:00 pm, EST
Friday, June 1: Notification of acceptance letters to presenters.
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