The materials below are for IMLA's Teleconference Series on Construction Law. The Series is spread over four separate sessions. This page contains materials for all four sessions.
2. Baseline Schedule Review Checklist (4 pages, PDF)
3. Article, “Consensus Docs: Consensus of Whom?” By Susan L. McGreevy and Michael Callahan (8 pages, PDF)
4. Article, “The Myth of the One-Year Warranty and Other Construction Warranty Issues,” By Susan L. McGreevy (4 pages, PDF)
5. Article, “Third-Part Testing and Inspection,” By Susan L. McGreevy and J. Colby Cox (7 pages, PDF)
6. Article, “What Have We Done to the Lien Waiver? Way Too Much,” By Susan L. McGreevy and Heath A. Hawk (4 pages, PDF)
7. Article, “Who is Designing That Project?” By Susan L. McGreevy (5 pages, PDF)
LATE ADDITION (Nov. 18) - Session Three – Additional Materials from John Markovs. John mentioned some case cites and a sample Performance Bond and Payment Bond. His paper, Defaults/Surety/Termination Issues (CLICK FOR PDF), contains the case citations that he referenced during “The Project is Sinking” presentation on November 12 as well as the sample documents.
The Maryland State Bar Association, in partnership with IMLA, brings you the State & Local Government Law Institute on May 20, 2011. It's not too late to register. The MSBA and IMLA will be bringing some of the hottest state and local government law issues up for discussion at its annual institute. This year the Honorable Robert A. Zarnoch will discuss the new Administrative Mandamus rules. A panel of experts will talk about redistricting - what you need to know and what not knowing can mean to you. Speakers will present an appellate round-up featuring cases from the Supreme Court, Maryland and the 4th Circuit that affect state and local government law and practice. Another hot topic on the agenda is compliance with the Public Information Act.
Price of admission: $30 for Section and IMLA members, $40 to join the Section and attend the program, $50 for non-members. But don't wait - after May 13 each of those rates go up by $25. Breakfast and lunch are included. The program can be viewed HERE. To register download and fax in the registration form, AVAILABLE HERE .
Date: May 20, 2011
Time: 9am - 3:30pm (registration/continental breakfast starts at 8:30am)
Location: Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission Building
14501 Sweitzer Lane
Laurel, MD 20707
CLICK HERE for the Agenda (Updated - May 20, 2010).
There will be a Municipal Law Departments Association of Ontario (MLDAO) meeting the morning after, June 11, in Toronto. Further information on this will be available later this month.
About Our Sponsor
Aird & Berlis LLP is a prominent law firm in Toronto of over 120 lawyers. The members of our well-recognized Municipal & Land Use Planning Group devote their practice exclusively to matters relating to municipal law, land use planning and development law, acting on behalf of numerous municipalities and local government entities as well as private sector clients. We appear regularly before all levels of the Ontario Courts and various tribunals on land use matters including, most predominantly, the Ontario Municipal Board. Additionally, our group and several of its members are acknowledged experts in their fields, having written the leading texts on the Municipal Act, 2001, the Planning Act, the Building Code Act, 1992 and, most recently, the City of Toronto Act, 2006. Count on us for legal counsel from a business perspective. The Aird & Berlis LLP website is at www.airdberlis.com
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Trends and Foes: Managing Change and Risk in Municipal Law
May 15, 2008 – Holiday Inn on King, Toronto, ON
Regency D and E
John Mascarin (Aird & Berlis, Toronto)
Anna Kinastowski (City Solicitor, Toronto)
Welcome to the Paper Access Program for IMLA's May 15th Canadian Program. The papers are organized in accordance with the Program (in chronological order). ONLINE ACCESS TO SEMINAR PAPERS WILL BE AVAILABLE THROUGH June 15, 2008.
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8:00 – 8:40 A.M. Registration and Breakfast
8:45 A.M. Introductory Remarks
9:00 to 10:30 A.M. Litigation and Liability
Regulatory Negligence: Negligence with or Without a Difference?– Daron L. EARTHY (Loopstra Nixon, LLP, Toronto, Ont.) - Paper
Avoiding the Pitfalls– Regulating Outdoor Advertising and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms – Christopher WILLIAMS (Aird & Berlis, LLP, Toronto, Ont.) - Paper
10:30 to 10:45 A.M. Refreshments Break (Sponsored by O’Connor Macleod Hanna, LLP)
10:45 to 12:00 A.M. Planning and Land Use
The Acquisition of Lands and An Update on Expropriation – Kelly YERXA (O’Connor Macleod Hanna LLP, Toronto, Ont.) - Paper
National Trends in Planning and Zoning: An Overview – Bill BUHOLZER (Lidstone Young Anderson, Vancouver, B.C.) - Paper
Note: Time permitting, there will be a short quiz, directly related to Canadian planning and zoning enabling legislation, with a "highly coveted prize" for the participant obtaining the highest score.
12:00 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. Lunch
1:30 to 3:00 P.M. The Environment
Greening the Municipal Code – A Potpourri of Environment Law Issues – Graham REMPE (City of Toronto, Ont.) - Paper
Municipal Regulation of Vehicle Idling – Steve PHIPPS (City of Edmonton, Alta.) - Paper
3:00 - 3:15 P.M. Refreshments and Stretch Break
3:15 to 4:45 P.M. Navigating New Developments
Ministry/Municipality Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) Respecting Mutual Cooperation: The Current Canadian Experience – Leo LONGO (Aird & Berlis, LLP, Toronto, Ont.) - Paper
Municipalities and the Duty to Accommodate – Heather CRISP (City of Toronto, Ont.) - Paper
Evidence Before the OMB Under the New Municipal Legislation – Paul De MELO (Kagan Shastri, Toronto, Ont.) - Paper
Trade Investment and Labour Mobility Agreement (TILMA) – Jeff LEE (MacPherson, Leslie & Tyerman, LLP, Sask.) - Paper
5:00 P.M. Close of Substantive Program
6:00 – 8:00 P.M. Cocktail Reception for Speakers and Attendees at Aird & Berlis, LLP – Sponsored by Aird & Berlis, LLP