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June 22nd, 2015/By Admin/In CE Training, Real Estate and Construction Law

Robert M. Freedman will be speaking on the topic of “Using Early Neutral Evaluation in Complex Cases to Achieve Faster, Better and More Cost Effective Resolutions: From Concept to Application” at the 2013 CLM Construction/Environmental/ADR/AFA Conference to be held in Costa Mesa, California. The conference will offer hot topics from four great committees – Construction, Environmental, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) and Alternative Fee Arrangements (AFA).

Mr. Freedman is a Partner of Tharpe & Howell, LLP and manages its Commercial Litigation and Transaction Practice at the Los Angeles office. Mr. Freedman’s litigation experience includes Federal and State jury and bench trials, mediations, arbitrations, class-actions, administrative proceedings and appeals. His legal practice focuses on:

  • Residential, Commercial and Public Works Real Estate and Construction Litigation: Catastrophic losses, personal injury, property damage, design and construction defects, economic damages, transactions, design professionals, development, surety, foreclosures, contract disputes, lending practices, homeowners’ associations, premises liability, affordable housing, environmental, ADA, and condemnation.
  • Insurance Coverage Litigation: First party and liability claims: breach of contract and bad faith, indemnity and contribution, subrogation, intervention, additional insured endorsements, surety bonds, failure to procure, business interruption, and insurance agency E&O.
  • General Counsel: Consulting general counsel for small and medium companies involved in real estate, construction, internet marketing, health and beauty products, nutraceuticals, pipeline corrosion products, eye wear and accessories, furniture, clothing, hospitality, studio production and broadcasting, insurance brokers, legal services, staffing, consumer and industrial product manufacturers and distributors, advertising and public relations.
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