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09.22.2017 // EVENTS
Oregon Construction Law Seminar 2017
Residential Construction Pitfalls, presented by Angela Otto and Adele Ridenour Join Angela Otto and Adele Ridenour at 1:15 on September 22, 2017 for their presentation on the pitfalls in residential construction litigation. In addition to addressing issues specific to residential construction, they will talk about the impacts of the new economy and market in Portland...
08.12.2017 // EVENTS
AGC Oregon Summer Convention: Preserving your Claim Rights without Sacrificing your Relationships
Angela Otto, Attorney, Partner, Ball Janik LLP co-presenter with Daniel E. Schaller, CPCU, Senior Vice President, Willis Towers Watson
07.12.2017 // EVENTS
Renewable Energy Project Development: Contracting For Success
Damien Hall of Ball Janik LLP and Troy Snyder of TLS Capital co-present "Lessons Learned from Local Experts" from 1:15 to 2:15 PM in an  interactive and informal session. Damien and Troy are experienced renewable energy project developers in the Portland area and will share their insights and experiences from recent projects. Overview This course...
05.11.2017 // EVENTS
NAWIC May 2017 Chapter Meeting
Key Provisions in Construction Contracts and the Import of Avoiding the “Franken-Contract” Attorneys Stephanie Holmberg, Angela Otto, and Elizabeth Rhode present a panel discussion focused on the implications of common construction contract provisions and how pulling provisions from here and there is likely not providing you the protections you want or need. Key contract provisions...
05.10.2017 // EVENTS
Oregon State Bar Business Litigation Section CLE
Oregon Public Employee Retirement Fund v. Marsh & McLennan: Lessons Learned Guest Speakers Plaintiff Counsel, Stoll Berne Defense Counsel, Ball Janik LLP Description Over 11 years and three trips to Oregon’s Appellate Courts, significant law was made in the Marsh litigation, but significant questions also remain. Please join us as the counsel for the plaintiff...
04.27.2017 // EVENTS
Women in Construction: A Conference to Educate and Empower
Join Adele Ridenour and Angie Otto Women in Construction: A Conference to Educate and Empower is a full day conference that focuses on the construction industry. More than 30 women and men who support women will speak at this event and cover the following topics: Hot Topics in Construction Law What To Do When Your...
04.13.2017 // EVENTS
Ball Janik LLP's 2017 Real Estate and Land Use Seminar
7:15 AM – 9:15 AM Portand, Oregon Ball Janik LLP's Real Estate and Land Use Seminars are designed for real estate developers, brokers, landlords, owners, lenders, borrowers, tenants, and investors.Ball Janik LLP is approved as a Certified Continuing Education Provider by the Oregon Real Estate Agency. This seminar qualifies for 1.5 Continuing Education course hours.
11.04.2016 // EVENTS
Two States of Construction Law: Working in Both Washington and Oregon
Presented in partnership with the WSBA and the OSB Construction Law Sections Angie Otto of Ball Janik and Amber Hardwick of Green & Yalowitz were co-speakers on Economic Loss Rule and The Independent Duty Doctrine at the Two States of Construction Law seminar, presented by the Construction Law Sections of the Washington State Bar Association...
09.22.2016 // EVENTS
Oregon Construction Law Seminar 2016
Ball Janik LLP's Adele Ridenour and Catherine Brinkman of Novo Law LLC were co-speakers at the 21st Annual Oregon Construction Law Seminar sponsored by The Seminar Group. Adele and Catherine discussed the recurring push and pull of liability limitation clauses. For more information on limitations of liability in construction contracts or the items discussed during...
08.12.2016 // EVENTS
AGC Summer Conference 2016
Angie Otto coordinated a panel discussion evaluating the risks when a contractor has been asked to bid a project whose value is larger than the previous year’s top line. Topics included financial stability, underwriting concerns, potential impacts to bonding capacity and banking risks, and the legal risk-shifting clauses to consider. The presenters outlined strategies to...