Real Estate Lunch & Learn: Defending Defects

03.03.22

In the building industry, a predetermined strategy and response to construction defect claims are important factors to minimizing liability. 

Join Winstead attorney Frank Carroll as he outlines how to use governing documents proactively to reduce defect claims, compel early resolution, and control the litigation process if a claim is filed.

Thursday, March 3, 2022
12:00-1:00 p.m. Central Time

Speaker: Frank O. Carroll, Of Counsel

Who should attend: Developers, lenders, general counsel, and homebuilders.

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Stephen Hastings
Director of Communications & Media Relations  
214.745.5485
shastings@winstead.com

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