Griffith Davison Presents at the 33rd Annual Construction Law Conference
March 9, 2020
Griffith Davison was privileged to have two of our partners present last week at the 33rd Annual Construction Law Conference held in San Antonio, Texas. “It was great to be among the over 800 attendees at this year’s event; and Scott and I were truly honored to be selected as presenters. We enjoyed the opportunity to share our experience and insights with so many other respected colleagues” said Kimber Davison, VP & Managing Shareholder.
The following is a high-level overview of the sessions that we presented:
Scott Griffith presented “Who is Bankrolling this Project?” – The nature and character of private project financing has implications and ramifications to the Contractor. This discussion will explore how a Contractor can peek behind the curtain of the Owner’s financing and how a Contractor can anticipate and manage the associated risks.
Kimber Davison spoke about “Oddities in the Anti-Indemnity Statute” – The Anti-Indemnity statute was intended to simplify indemnification between parties to a construction contract. Why is it still so complicated? What oddities have arisen in applying this statute to indemnity and insurance and what can be done to navigate this quagmire?
If you would like to know more on either of these topics please contact us for more information.