Construction Claims: Effective Discovery Tactics
Best Practices for Document Collection, Review and Production
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide construction litigators in managing complex discovery issues in construction claims, including electronic and paper document collection, review and production.
- Recent case developments
- Determining what evidence is admissible
- E-discovery considerations
- Duration of project
- Managing enormous amounts of data
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What are the most common discovery challenges construction counsel face when litigating construction claims—from initiation through resolution of the case?
- What issues should construction counsel consider when drafting and responding to discovery requests?
- What approaches have been effective for construction counsel for obtaining essential information in the least expensive manner?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Andrew L. Greene
He focuses his practice on construction transactions and dispute resolution. In the past few years, in addition to... | Read More
He focuses his practice on construction transactions and dispute resolution. In the past few years, in addition to spending several months in trial, trying cases in state and federal court and in arbitration, he has been involved with cases involving the electronic discovery of millions of pages of documents. In addition, he regularly counsels public and private clients on construction, procurement, e-discovery and document retention issues.Close
Brendan J. Peters
Mr. Peters focuses on construction litigation, construction transactions, and commercial litigation. He has over 15... | Read More
Mr. Peters focuses on construction litigation, construction transactions, and commercial litigation. He has over 15 years of combined experience in legal and construction fields, and represents public and private owners, architects, engineers, contractors and suppliers in negotiating and drafting complex construction and design contracts and in litigation and alternative dispute resolution proceedings. In addition to being an attorney, Mr. Peters is also a licensed architect.Close