2018 Construction Legal Forum
Help build essential skills by attending an informative program led by our attorneys who will discuss a wide range of legal topics keeping pace with a changing construction sector.
Several hundred attendees are expected to attend the 2018 Construction Legal Forum hosted by Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo on October 4, 2018, to hear from our attorneys who will deliver talks on a wide range of topics from current trends in the construction industry, Is the Owner-Operator dead?, efficient collection techniques and more.
Steven D. Atkinson, Founding Partner, will open this year’s Forum and introduce ur guest speaker, Todd Bloomstine, legislative advocate with Bloomstine & Bloomstine. Mr. Bloomstine will provide his insider’s view of the current political climate of the California Construction market.
The 2018 Forum promises to be an informative program aimed at addressing the timeliest legal topics in the construction industry.
About the Guest Speaker:
Todd Bloomstine acts as Legislative Advocate and Lobbyist for the Southern California Contractors Association and is instrumental in lobbying on behalf of contractor interests in California. Mr. Bloomstine is currently working in the State Legislature against the so-called “Build It And Be Banned” legislation that would ban state government contracts from being awarded to contractors who work on President Trump’s border wall. Previously Mr. Bloomstine had a distinguished career as a legislative aide in the California Assembly, and later as Legislative Director for a Los Angeles-area Senator. We are pleased to have Mr. Bloomstine join us as our opening speaker offering his insider’s view of the current political climate of the California construction market.
Join us for an insighful half-day review focusing on meeting today's construction challenges.
7:30 a.m. Breakfast | Registration
8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Program
12:00 p.m. Luncheon
AALRR and its private construction law team are committed to supporting our clients and industry associations to effectively manage the changing construction landscape, while shaping the future through education.
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