Seminars and Speaking Engagements

James E. Kelley, Jr., Principal

Type
Description
Location
Claims Presented a one-day construction claims seminar to a mid-sized general contractor's owners and staff. Arizona
Claims Presented a portion (documentation) of a half-day construction claims seminar to the heavy and highway construction subgroup of a state general contractors' association Colorado
Claims Presented a two-day construction claims seminar to the in-house design and construction departments of a large electric and gas utility company New Jersey
Risk Identification and Management Presented a two-hour segment on the identification, analysis, planning and management of potential project risks at a conference on automated mapping and facilities management. Colorado
Risk Identification and Management Presented two, two-hour, segments on the identification, analysis, planning and management of potential project risks at conferences on environmental remediation. Colorado and New York
Claims Presented a one-day construction claims seminar to senior design and construction staff employees of a state highway department. Florida
Claims Presented a one-day construction claims seminar to district, resident and project employees of a state highway department. Florida
Underground Contracting Practices As a member of a four-person panel, participated in a discussion of underground contracting practices currently in use in the United States and recommendations for improvement. This was a segment of an international conference on underground construction. California
Claims Presented a one-day construction claims seminar to members of a regional section of a state general contractors' association. Florida
Claims Presented a one-day construction claims seminar to members of a regional section of a state general contractors' association. (This engagement was separate from the one identified above.) Florida
Claims Presented a one-day construction claims seminar to corporate and project management employees of a regional general contractor. California
Claims Presented a portion of a half-day seminar to project employees of a district office of a state highway department. Colorado
Claims Presented a portion of a half-day seminar to project employees overseeing construction of a large international airport. Colorado
Environmental Remediation Cost Allocation Presented a two-hour session on the methodologies commonly employed to allocate cleanup costs on multiple-party hazardous waste sites to members of a regional environmental law section of a state bar association. Florida
Claims Presented a two-day construction claims seminar to the in-house management and staff of a regional transportation authority. California
Environmental Remediation Construction Claims Presented a two-day environmental remediation construction claims seminar to approximately fifty management and design/constuction (in-house) employees of a large petroleum/mining company engaged in self-performance of owned sites requiring environmental remediation. California
Expert Witnessing With a co-presenting trial attorney, presented a half-day seminar on serving as an expert witness. Colorado
Environmental Remediation Costs Presented a portion of a conference session dealing with environmental remediation costs, including cost allocation on multiple-party hazardous waste sites. (CLE-accredited) New York
Risk Identification and Management Presented a portion of a conference segment on managing project costs of risks. New York
Claims Presented two, two-day, construction claims seminars to corporate and project design and construction employees of an international design/fabricate/construct industrial facilities contractor. California and Illinois
Cause and Effect Presenteda two-hour segment addressing the need for and the structure of demonstrating cause and effect applied to highly complex construction claims. The one-day construction claims seminar was presented to the Royal Institute of British Architects. London, UK
Cause and Effect As a member of a panel discussion at an international tunneling conference, presented the use of a structured modeling of cause and effect relationships for the analyses of intertwined complex issues. Washington, DC
Cause and Effect Served as a panel moderator at a national conference on environmental market issues. Summarized the issues presented by the panelists using a complex cause/effect diagram. Washington, DC
Claims (Damages) Presented a one-hour segment on the use of various damages metodologies to members of the construction litigation section of a state bar association. Colorado
Claims As a member of a panel, presented a portion of a segment on the use of demonstrative evidence to members of a state bar association. (CLE-accredited) Colorado




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