Construction law practitioners are well-aware of the growing shortage of skilled construction labor due to an aging, retiring workforce, where there are too few younger workers entering the building trades. This plenary program will provide an overview of current efforts to overcome this issue, why those efforts seem destined to fail, and why bolder approaches are needed.
Pierce Atwood partner Christopher C. Whitney has more than 30 years of experience as a commercial litigation attorney, with an established reputation as one of New England’s leading construction lawyers. He represents all facets of the industry, including owners, developers, construction managers, sureties, subcontractors and suppliers, architects, and engineers, and has been involved in many of the cutting-edge legal issues affecting the construction industry.
For more information and registration instructions, click here to view the American College of Construction Lawyers program brochure.