Program Chair(s)

Jason Annibale

Partner, McMillan LLP

Andrea Lee

Partner, Glaholt Bowles LLP

They lurk on every job you do and – unmanaged – they risk your financial ruin.

Delay and impact claims threaten your project viability and cause serious financial and reputational damage to you and your company. Learn the latest risk management techniques to protect yourself and to help keep your project claim-free. Learn critical skills, information and best practices to improve your risk management strategy on every project.

Join our expert faculty of construction lawyers and industry consultants – in an interactive setting – to gain practical and effective legal and strategic risk management tools that you can immediately use on your next project. You will develop a thorough understanding of delay and impact claims and emerge from the program better equipped to confidently manage the next troublesome claim.

Registration includes 120-day unlimited, online access to the recorded program.

What You’ll Learn

Main causes of delays – includes contractor and owner-caused delay

Troublesome contractual delay provisions – what to watch out for

Notice requirements – how to comply and why it’s important

Damages – which ones are recoverable?

Legal theories supporting entitlement and elements of a persuasive claim

Managing complex issues – includes causation and impact, float and concurrent delay

Calculating delay & impact losses – the different methods and advantages/disadvantages

Claims and defences from the perspectives of the owner and the contractor/subcontractor – includes technical requirements and what needs to be proven

The importance of the schedule and regular schedule updates

Monitoring and adjusting the critical path – are you really delayed?

“Document, document, document” – how to build and maintain an effective paper trail

How to use the consultant most effectively

Experts share insights, tips and methods to avoid and mitigate delay claims

Who Should Attend

Owners and developers

Builders and construction professionals

Project managers

Contract managers


Engineers, Certified Engineering Technicians/Technologists (CET) or Consulting Engineers (CE)

Construction and in-house lawyers

Procurement professionals



Program Chairs

Jason Annibale

Partner, McMillan LLP

Andrea Lee

Partner, Glaholt Bowles LLP



 View the program brochure and agenda to see what you’ll learn from leading experts.


Recorded: Jun 25, 2020

$595 + HST

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