COVID-19 Impacts on Agenda for 12th Annual ARTBA Law and Regulatory Forum

Wed April 29, 2020 - National Edition

The potential impacts of COVID-19 on current and future state transportation improvement projects and legal strategies for managing them will be a key part of the agenda for the American Road & Transportation Builders Association's (ARTBA) 12th Annual Law & Regulatory Forum, held June 3-4.

The interactive virtual event also features sessions on ensuring that compliance programs can survive the pandemic, the changing landscape for enforcement of liquidated damages, differing site condition claims with a case study involving construction of a federally funded bridge, insurance risks and traps, and the latest construction law developments.

Experts from these top construction law firms will share practical, real-world information: Stites & Harbison; Watt, Tieder, Hoffar & Fitzgerald; Peckar & Abramson; Cohen Seglias; Smith, Pachter, McWhorter; and LDA Compliance Consulting.

The forum is developed for project managers, attorneys, compliance officers, senior level executives or others in the operations and/or management of transportation construction projects.

It runs Wednesday, June 3, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., EDT, with a 90-minute lunch break, and Thursday, June 4, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Sessions will be recorded and available as on-demand webinars after the event.

As many as seven Professional Development Hours (PDHs) may be available, subject to the approval of governing state accrediting agencies.

Contact ARTBA's Olena Khtei for PDH-related questions. Contact ARTBA's Allison Klein or Nick Goldstein with questions about the event program and sponsorship opportunities.

Check out the full agenda and sponsorship opportunities.

For more information, visit

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