Featuring: claims, blockchain, quantification of damages, insurance, AMF, tax, cannabis and more!
Join us on Tuesday, March 20, 2018 for a daylong conference intended for all construction and real estate sector stakeholders and keep appraised of the most recent developments in your industry.
New this year, our speakers will discuss related industry topics which have an impact on your daily operations, including your relationships with the tax authorities, the legalization of cannabis as well as insurance, real estate and environmental matters.
Please note that all speeches will be delivered in French.
Reception and breakfast
A review of recent case law in the area of tenders and a summary of general principles
Louis-Michel Tremblay and Yannick Forget
Claims for delays which occur during performance of the work
Guy Gilain and Andréanne Sansoucy
BIM, blockchain and smart contracts: The future of the construction industry?
Lampros Stougiannos and Alexia Magneron
Basic principles with respect to the quantification of damages
Jasmin Lefebvre and Marie-Catherine Ayotte
You are being sued! Do’s and Don’ts regarding your insurance coverage
Nathalie Durocher and Mary Delli Quadri
The act which establishes the Autorité des marchés publics: What’s new?
Normand D’Amour and Anik Pierre-Louis
Recent jurisprudential developments in construction law
Karine Carrier and Vicky Berthiaume
Your relationships with tax authorities: Maximize your practices to reduce your tax assessment risks
New housing development structures and their related environmental impacts
Chantal Joubert and Anne-Frédérique Bourret
Recent developments regarding the liability of construction professionals
Stephan H. Trihey and Gerry Argento
Cannabis on construction sites: Employers are concerned
Claudia Desjardins Bélisle and Daphnée Beauchamp
Québec Bar: 6 hours
Other professional corporations: An attendance register will be maintained to confirm, if applicable, that you have completed this training event.
March 20, 2018
Hyatt Regency Montréal
1255 Jeanne-Mance Street
Montréal (Québec) H5B 1E5