Accounting for Uncertainty Virtual CPE Series: Construction Breakout - How to Prepare for and Effectively Navigate Construction Disputes


Join Weaver and HastonWilliams each Tuesday morning in October as we bring together industry leaders and subject matter experts to provide insight on accounting developments, economic challenges, compliance requirements and innovative practices in today’s uncertain business environment. 

Featuring 12 one-hour sessions over four weeks, our complimentary CPE series includes presentations from industry and business leaders ready to share knowledge and timely updates to help you improve your financial reporting and business operations.   

Up to 12 hours of complimentary CPE are available. Register for one session, all twelve or something in between! 

Construction Breakout: How to Prepare for and Effectively Navigate Construction Disputes
Tuesday, October 20, 2020 | 7:30 - 8:30 AM CST 

1 CPE or 1 CLE credit available for the live webinar. 

In the current climate, construction companies and project owners face a myriad new challenges, including concerns about health and safety, delays resulting from employee illnesses, supply chain disruptions and increased prices for materials, as well as contract delays or cancellations. Contractors must keep their employees safe and institute what could be costly best-practice measures, while facing potential claims from employees if they get sick due to a company’s perceived lack of response to the dangers of the coronavirus.  All stakeholders in the construction process need to prepare for potential disputes and understand their rights and responsibilities. This includes understanding applicable clauses in construction contracts and subcontractor agreements as well as business interruption clauses and other provisions in insurance contracts.

Our team will share insights related to the following:

  • Managing risk through awareness of key provisions in construction contracts, subcontractor agreements, and insurance policies (including builder’s risk and business interruption)
  • Ensuring continuity of operations during turbulent times through proper planning and following industry best practices
  • Preparing for potential disputes including maintaining adequate documentation and quantifying damage claims


1 CPE or 1 CLE credit available for the live webinar • Level: Basic • No prerequisites • Complimentary to attend

This course has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of Texas Committee on MCLE in the amount of credit hours, of which credit hours will apply to legal ethics/professional responsibility credit.

This webinar is for all levels of accountants, finance professionals and CFOs. Please note that each person should register and attend individually in order to receive CPE or CLE credit. 

Can't make this webinar? Registering will allow you to view the webinar on-demand, when it is most convenient for you.

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Questions about registration? Contact Natalie Ramsey at or 817.882.7546.