CSC Speakers Discuss Topics Ranging from Litigation to Safety Education

Feb 23, 2017

Atlanta – Kevin Gaffney, director, CSC:  “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 2017 Construction SuperConference, to be held Dec. 4-6, 2017, in Las Vegas at the Encore at Wynn is looking for experts to speak on a wide variety of topics of interest.  Now in its 33rd year, CSC is recognized as the preeminent construction conference developed for mid- to senior-level professionals who work in any of the legal and commercial construction markets.

 “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 Kevin Gaffney, director of CSC.

Those interested in submitting a proposal should visit the submission web page at  and follow the instructions for submitting. Proposals are due by 10:00 p.m. EST on Friday, March 24, 2017.

All session proposals are reviewed by the Conference Advisory Board in early May. 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 three or four speakers, including the moderator.

 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.

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