consequences of criminal convictions, including ethical considerations
for criminal practitioners after Padilla v. Kentucky. The faculty includes
immigration and criminal practitioners, who will focus on the latest,
cutting-edge developments from recent Ninth Circuit and Supreme
Court decisions in order to fully equip both immigration and criminal
defense practitioners with the tools they need to provide the best
possible representation to their clients.
Presented by: Immigration Law Section
Criminal Law Section
Faculty: Alex Navidad, Alex E. Navidad PLC
Michael Neufeld, Neufeld Law Firm PLC
Ben Wiesinger, Pope and Associates PC
Not Another Caselaw Review
Emerging Technology, Legal Issues,
and the Construction Industry
This program provides an overview of some of the technology being
used by the contracting community and the legal issues that arise
from its use. The faculty intends to focus on the use of drones and on
How and why are they used, and how do they work? In addition,
panelists will discuss the legal and risk-management issues associated
with each tool. These will include FAA regulations, insurance issues,
privacy issues, proprietary concerns, and the possible implications
for shifting of design-liability risk among the parties when utilizing
BIM on a project. This should present an opportunity for attorneys
of all experience levels to learn something practical, both a better
understanding of some of the technology and methods currently
being used in the industry and a better understanding of the legal
issues that arise from its use.
Presented by: Construction Law Section
Chair: Matthew B. Meaker, Sacks Tierney PA
McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.
Sundt Construction, Inc.
2:00 P.M. – 5: 15 P.M. F- 49 FRIDAY JUNE 17 2:00 P.M. – 5: 15 P.M. F-50