The Mid-Winter CLE is Just Around the Corner!

By Jonathan Massell

As the robot in Lost in Space would say, “Danger, Will Robinson.” However, this alert is not about a warning to a pioneering family of space colonists.  Rather, it is a warning to you, as a member of the Construction Law Section, that the deadline for this year’s Mid-Winter CLE is fast approaching and you are in danger if you have not registered. Here is the rest of the story . . .

This year’s Mid-Winter CLE will take place on Thursday, February 20, 2020 at the NC Bar Center in Cary. The program is titled: Construction Law Potpourri: An Assortment of “Trends and Changes” Topics Requested by Our Members. Designed to address a variety of topics, this program addresses an assortment of trends and changes in the field. These topics, chosen by the section members, include basic lien law at the forefront of a dispute, the bankruptcy considerations at the tail end of a dispute and everything in between. Each session provides practical information for the everyday practice of construction law. Don’t hesitate to register if you wish to attend as those who register by January 30, 2020 will receive a 10% discount. Pasted below is a link to the online brochure containing the detailed agenda and list of speakers.

On a final note, a networking reception will be held the night before the CLE between 5:00-6:30 p.m. at Whiskey Kitchen, 201 West Martin Street, Raleigh. Even if you are unable to attend the CLE, please try to swing by the networking reception to enjoy drinks and appetizers with your fellow Section members.

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