Saul Ewing connects with construction professionals at 2016 Construction SuperConference in Las Vegas
Attorneys from Saul Ewing LLP’s Construction Practice connect with construction professionals from across the United States through the firm’s Silver Sponsorship of the industry’s preeminent event, the 2016 Construction SuperConference in Las Vegas.
This annual conference features three days of educational sessions and keynote addresses targeted at mid- and senior-level professionals who provide legal, commercial and construction services for the industry. A sample of topics includes:
- Ethics and compliance guidelines
- Innovative litigation strategies
- Dispute resolution tactics
- Workforce and labor regulations
- Insurance and surety
- Infrastructure and transportation impacts
- Economic forecasts
Meet our attorneys
Attorneys in Saul Ewing’s Construction Practice are knowledgeable about many of these and other issues that will be discussed at the conference from their experience providing legal counsel throughout the life cycle of construction projects.
Saul Ewing attorney Sunu Pillai will join fellow panelists Michael Rondinelli, Director of Product Development, Near Earth Autonomy; Dick Zhang, CEO, Identified Technologies; and John Babel, Assistant Vice President, Risk Engineering, XL Catlin, to present "What You Need to Know if You Plan on Using a Drone on Your Next Project" on Wednesday, December 7 from 1:45 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Seven attorneys from the practice are attending the Construction SuperConference and look forward to networking with construction industry professionals and learning how to meet their legal needs. They include:
Exhibit booth #400
These attorneys also will be available at Saul Ewing’s booth, #400, to answer questions. Owners, designers and construction professionals across the country and around the globe look to our attorneys to assist them with legal matters arising during planning and contracting through project performance and dispute resolution.
Our lawyers have significant experience litigating matters for the construction and related industries. Attorneys in the group understand how the construction industry operates because many have worked in-house for construction companies and public agencies. The practice also includes members who have worked on project sites as construction and project managers, designer/builders and in the trades.