Building Information Modeling Technology: Identifying and Mitigating Legal Risks
Evaluating BIM's Impact on Construction Projects, Potential Liability and Contracting Issues
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide guidance to counsel representing owners, architects and contractors using building information modeling (BIM) technology. The panel will discuss potential legal risks with BIM and approaches to minimize risk, including contracting, licensing, information management and control, and more.
- Current trends in the adoption of BIM technology for construction projects
- Legal considerations and risks with BIM
- Best practices to mitigate and manage risk
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What are the current trends in the construction industry regarding the use of BIM technology with public and private projects?
- What key legal risks do design professionals face when using BIM technology?
- What are the important legal and practical considerations for counsel representing design professionals using BIM technology?
- What issues arise with modifying and adapting existing AIA and ConsensusDOC contracts for BIM uses?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Joel L. Halverson
Severson & Werson
He is a trial lawyer who focuses his practice on professional liability, construction and general litigation. He... | Read More
He is a trial lawyer who focuses his practice on professional liability, construction and general litigation. He defends architects, engineers, attorneys, real estate brokers and other professionals against allegations of errors and omissions and other claims. In the construction and design arena, he represents design professionals in litigation and transactional and risk management counseling.Close
Theodore D. Levin
Morris Polich & Purdy
He focuses on design professional liability, construction law and general liability litigation. He is a registered... | Read More
He focuses on design professional liability, construction law and general liability litigation. He is a registered civil engineer, and specializes in the representation of architects, engineers, contractors, owners and insurers in all aspects of construction law, including contract and defect claims, risk management, contract analysis and advice, and mechanics lien/design professional law.Close
Clark T. Thiel
He focuses on construction project and contract dispute resolution. His work includes prosecuting and defending... | Read More
He focuses on construction project and contract dispute resolution. His work includes prosecuting and defending multimillion-dollar complex construction disputes in the areas of delay and acceleration claims, breach of contract, professional liability, design and construction defects, economic loss, and liens and encumbrances. He is a licensed contractor and registered architect.Close