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Webinar: LEEDing Ladies Episode 3: The Consequences of Consequential Damages
July 23, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Join us via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/667849496
This is a complimentary event open to all USGBC-LA Members as well as the General Public.
LEEDing Ladies: Conversations on Construction. Episode 3: The Consequences of Consequential Damages
It’s no surprise that green building projects often carry with them unique expectations that are often not at issue in conventional construction projects. But what happens when those expectations aren’t met?
Join Hunt Ortmann and USGBC-LA on July 23rd 2020 from 11:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. to learn more about the consequences of consequential damages in green building. During this webinar, we’ll discuss:
• What exactly are consequential damages?
• How they can come into play during green building projects;
• Ways to utilize your contracts to best protect yourself.
Don’t be caught unawares! Join us so you had into your next project with your eyes wide open.
Kathlynn Smith is a shareholder with Hunt Ortmann with extensive experience representing the construction industry in complex construction litigation and transactional matters. For over 10 years, Ms. Smith’s practice has been devoted to representing owners, developers, contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers on both public and private works of improvement in a wide variety of matters from project inception through trial. In particular, Ms. Smith has successfully represented her clients in the litigation and arbitration of claims involving scope of work disputes, delay and disruption, mechanic’s liens and stop notices, payment and performance bonds, bid protests, and construction defects. In addition, Ms. Smith is experienced in drafting and reviewing construction contracts, contract administration, and drafting procurement documents. Ms. Smith has successfully resolved complex construction disputes involving multi-million dollar claims as well as assisted her clients procure or negotiate contracts for large complex public and private works of improvement.
Ms. Smith is a frequent presenter and author on various topics related to or that impact the construction industry. Ms. Smith also is the co-author of the “Smart Girls’ Guide To Construction Law” and architect of the “Smart Girls’” initiative directed at women-owned and/or operated companies in the construction industry.
Jennifer Tung is an associate attorney with Hunt Ortmann. She focuses her practice on a broad array of matters, including breach of contract claims and construction litigation. Ms. Tung has represented a diverse client base, including both owners and contractors. A native Angeleno, Ms. Tung speaks Spanish and Mandarin Chinese. She is a tae kwon do black belt. Prior to law school, Ms. Tung worked as a professional political organizer and fundraiser.
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