Jeremy Toubl

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This course will provide attendees with the practical knowledge and insight necessary to understand the legal and administrative issues associated with construction contracts. Basic construction principles will be discussed and issues specific to construction contracts will be explored. Discussions will also include a wide variety of model contract forms and provisions reflecting the most relevant and current issues in the construction industry
Robert S. Marconi has been with Stanislaw Ashbaugh LLP since 1989. His primary practice is devoted to construction law, with a focus on public and private contracts, bidding and bid protests. Mr. Marconi is the chair of the firm??s Construction Law Group. He has represented contractors throughout the Western United States. He has successfully handled multi-million dollar claims against a variety of public and private owners. Mr. Marconi??s practice emphasizes mediation and alternative dispute resolution. He regularly conducts seminars and presentations on a variety of construction-related topics. Mr. Marconi has successfully handled dozens of bid disputes throughout the Pacific Northwest. In city, state and federal projects, his efforts have resulted in tens of millions of dollars in work awarded to his clients. Prior to joining Stanislaw Ashbaugh LLP, Mr. Marconi was a deputy prosecutor with the King County Prosecuting Attorney??s Office, where he successfully handled over 25 felony jury trials. Mr. Marconi was recently the lead trial attorney in a construction case that resulted in over a three million dollar jury verdict in favor of his client.

Zachary O. McIsaac is an attorney at Stanislaw Ashbaugh LLP. His practice emphasizes all aspects of insurance coverage litigation surrounding property, CGL, builder??s risk, business liability; and directors, officer and professional risk liability policies. In his practice, Mr. McIsaac assists policyholders in wide ranging tasks, including spotting and analyzing coverage issues, preparing claims and proofs of loss, giving notice and tendering claims, negotiating settlements, suing insurers for bad faith, and working with policy holders to find unique and adaptive strategies to meet their coverage goals. He received his B.A. degree from Washington State University and his J.D. degree from the University of Washington School of Law.

Paul Padgett is a construction consultant at Stanislaw Ashbaugh LLP, where he evaluates and prepares claims and claim defenses for all types of construction disputes. His work includes entitlement analysis and the calculation of damages for differing conditions, delay and impact, acceleration and disruption claims. Prior to joining Stanislaw Ashbaugh LLP, Mr. Padgett spent six years in the construction industry as a project engineer, where he built a solid technical background working on various projects such as retail, telecommunications, high-end residential, education, office and bio-technical buildings. He received his B.B.A. degree from Millsaps College and his certificate of construction management from the University of Washington.

Mark Rosencrantz is an attorney at Stanislaw Ashbaugh LLP, where his practice focuses on construction-related disputes, and intellectual property litigation and counseling. In construction law, he has assisted clients in protesting the awarding of competitively bid projects in front of a variety of state and federal agencies. Mr. Rosencrantz has also represented clients involving issues from construction defects to misappropriation of plans and confidential information. He has obtained injunctive relief for his clients, including preventing the dissemination and use of confidential information, and preventing the violation of non-compete agreements. Mr. Rosencrantz has also successfully represented clients on a wide range of intellectual property issues, including trademark, trade name and copyright infringement; unfair competition; and trade secret misappropriation. He received a B.A. degree from the University of Oregon and his J.D. degree from Seattle University School of Law.

This one-day seminar is designed for attorneys, project managers, presidents, vice presidents, engineers, controllers, accountants, contract managers, architects, contractors, subcontractors, developers, owners, principals, insurance professionals and other construction professionals.

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This course will provide attendees with the practical knowledge and insight necessary to understand the legal and administrative issues associated with construction contracts. Basic construction principles will be discussed and issues specific to construction contracts will be explored. Discussions will also include a wide variety of model contract forms and provisions reflecting the most relevant and current issues in the construction industry
Robert S. Marconi has been with Stanislaw Ashbaugh LLP since 1989. His primary practice is devoted to construction law, with a focus on public and private contracts, bidding and bid protests. Mr. Marconi is the chair of the firm??s Construction Law Group. He has represented contractors throughout the Western United States. He has successfully handled multi-million dollar claims against a variety of public and private owners. Mr. Marconi??s practice emphasizes mediation and alternative dispute resolution. He regularly conducts seminars and presentations on a variety of construction-related topics. Mr. Marconi has successfully handled dozens of bid disputes throughout the Pacific Northwest. In city, state and federal projects, his efforts have resulted in tens of millions of dollars in work awarded to his clients. Prior to joining Stanislaw Ashbaugh LLP, Mr. Marconi was a deputy prosecutor with the King County Prosecuting Attorney??s Office, where he successfully handled over 25 felony jury trials. Mr. Marconi was recently the lead trial attorney in a construction case that resulted in over a three million dollar jury verdict in favor of his client.

Zachary O. McIsaac is an attorney at Stanislaw Ashbaugh LLP. His practice emphasizes all aspects of insurance coverage litigation surrounding property, CGL, builder??s risk, business liability; and directors, officer and professional risk liability policies. In his practice, Mr. McIsaac assists policyholders in wide ranging tasks, including spotting and analyzing coverage issues, preparing claims and proofs of loss, giving notice and tendering claims, negotiating settlements, suing insurers for bad faith, and working with policy holders to find unique and adaptive strategies to meet their coverage goals. He received his B.A. degree from Washington State University and his J.D. degree from the University of Washington School of Law.

Paul Padgett is a construction consultant at Stanislaw Ashbaugh LLP, where he evaluates and prepares claims and claim defenses for all types of construction disputes. His work includes entitlement analysis and the calculation of damages for differing conditions, delay and impact, acceleration and disruption claims. Prior to joining Stanislaw Ashbaugh LLP, Mr. Padgett spent six years in the construction industry as a project engineer, where he built a solid technical background working on various projects such as retail, telecommunications, high-end residential, education, office and bio-technical buildings. He received his B.B.A. degree from Millsaps College and his certificate of construction management from the University of Washington.

Mark Rosencrantz is an attorney at Stanislaw Ashbaugh LLP, where his practice focuses on construction-related disputes, and intellectual property litigation and counseling. In construction law, he has assisted clients in protesting the awarding of competitively bid projects in front of a variety of state and federal agencies. Mr. Rosencrantz has also represented clients involving issues from construction defects to misappropriation of plans and confidential information. He has obtained injunctive relief for his clients, including preventing the dissemination and use of confidential information, and preventing the violation of non-compete agreements. Mr. Rosencrantz has also successfully represented clients on a wide range of intellectual property issues, including trademark, trade name and copyright infringement; unfair competition; and trade secret misappropriation. He received a B.A. degree from the University of Oregon and his J.D. degree from Seattle University School of Law.

This one-day seminar is designed for attorneys, project managers, presidents, vice presidents, engineers, controllers, accountants, contract managers, architects, contractors, subcontractors, developers, owners, principals, insurance professionals and other construction professionals.

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