The Changing Legal Components of the Construction Industry

Program: 10:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Location: At Your Desk

 The Changing Legal Components of the Construction Industry

It’s no secret that the construction industry had to adapt very quickly when faced with operating during the current Pandemic. Both the industry and our lives needed immediate readjustment, and the whole sector continues in a state of change.  This new reality continues to have a strong impact on the profile of the industry and by extension its workforce.

Moving with these changes; understanding the overall construction landscape and current trends and pitfalls will help your company adapt to the future of the construction industry. Be ahead of the curve and join our attorney experts as they cover a wide array of aspects within the construction industry and provide practical principles of management and litigation avoidance techniques.

This practical information will be covered over several weeks and offer fundamentals to immediately implement within your organization, strategies to avoid common pitfalls and examine new laws and regulations to help you pivot went venturing into the new and evolving construction industry.

Join us for our complimentary seven-part webinar series specific to the construction industry.  Your registration provides you with an individual link to attend all sessions.  Reminder emails will be received each week. 

Legal Components of the Construction Industry

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May 28, 2021

Series Introduction
Industry Hot Topics

First things first, series introduction and overview with a focus on emerging issues. Hear what’s happening now and what’s on the horizon.



June 4, 2021


Common Claims

Understand how PAGA claims are “legally and conceptually” different from an employee's individual claim. Hear about common claims and new trends that expose employers to significant liability.


June 11, 2021

AB 5 Update

it is crucial that employers understand the requirements of AB 5, including recent interpretative case law, statutory amendments and evaluate whether their trucking operations qualify for the “business-to-business” exception to AB 5.



June 18, 2021


Advanced issues of arbitration agreements in the employment setting. Guard against the possibility of such agreements being invalidated and adopt legally complaint provisions and best practices.


June 25, 2021

Timekeeping Best Practices

Both federal and state laws require employers to keep accurate timekeeping records. Many construction workers use handwritten time records that do not include detailed information about working hours. Understand the pitfalls that surround faulty timekeeping principles and receive best practices and industry standards.



July 2, 2021

Prevailing Wage

The expansion of prevailing wage law and how prevailing wages have been set increases cost and risk for employers. Understand these areas of risk and new requirements for your workforce.


July 9, 2021

Wage/Hour Signatory Disputes

Many times due to remote, unsupervised working locations, changing work sites, regular travel and industry regulations exposes contractors to risks for lawsuits and administrative claims from disgruntled employees. Recognize and fix issues now before they become costly.



Date: Fridays, May 28 - July 9, 2021
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. PST
Location: Virtual (Go-to-Webinar)
Registration Fee: Complimentary Series 

 *No recording of sessions 

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