Key Issues in Construction Litigation
Proving Owner’s Damages; Calculating Pre-Judgment Interest; Plus Other Lessons Learned from the Fairway Builders Decision.
Program Chair: Michael J. Holden, Holden Willits PLC
Sponsored by the State Bar of Arizona Construction Law Section
This year’s State Bar Construction Law Section All-Day Seminar will analyze the myriad of issues presented in the 1979 Arizona Court of Appeals decision in Fairway Builders, Inc. v. Malouf Towers Rental Co., Inc.
Fairway Builders is an important case for construction lawyers primarily for its discussion on how to measure the owner’s damages for defective work.
The seminar’s faculty of experienced construction lawyers will use the Fairway Builders decision as the starting point to talk about these and related issues. Because of the wide range of subjects being presented, this seminar should be beneficial for anyone who practices construction law in Arizona.
The specific topics that will be discussed include:
Michael J. Holden, Holden Brodman PLC
David J. Cantelme, Jennings Strouss & Salmon PLC
Melvin Cohen, Mesch, Clark & Rothschild, Tucson
Robert O. Dyer, Polsinelli Shugart PC
Richard A. Friedlander, Mariscal Weeks McIntyre & Friedlander PA
Stephen Jackson, Warner Angle Jackson Hallam & Formanek
Sharon B. Shively, Sacks Tierney PA
James J. Sienicki, Snell & Wilmer LLP
David C. Tierney, Sacks Tierney PA
Barry A. Willits, Holden Willits PLC, Phoenix