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Pricing Per On Demand CLE

$29.95 MSBA MEMBERS
$64.95 NON-MSBA MEMBERS

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Construction Law CLEs

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2022 Construction Case Law Update

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

The MSBA Construction Law Section is pleased to host their annual Case Law Update CLE. Join us for a summary and analysis of important case law developments in Minnesota Construction Law over the past year

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  • Construction Law
2023 Annual Construction Law Section Symposium

2.0 Standard CLE Credits

In-house general counsel and private practice construction lawyers will present panel discussions and answer questions regarding wide-ranging changes in laws affecting the industry, including strict liability for lower tier wage theft, new limitations on contractual indemnity and insurance, legalization of marijuana, prohibitions on non-compete agreements, and more. We will also conduct a short business meeting and hold elections for the 2023-2024 Section Council.

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  • Construction Law
Decoding Changes in Minnesota Employment Laws | Earned Sick and Safe Time, Parenting Leave, and Wage Privacy

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Join attorney, Sarah Bushnell, for a discussion of important changes to employment leave and wage disclosure laws in Minnesota. This presentation will cover several law changes, including Minnesota’s new Earned Sick and Safe Time (ESST) paid leave law.  The discussion will cover ESST’s application to various classes of employees and resulting changes to employment policies and handbooks.

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  • Construction Law
  • Employment and Labor Law
Diversity Requirements on Jobsites | A General Compliance Guide for State and Local Construction Projects

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Whether a construction project is owned or funded by the State or a local municipality, it can be difficult to navigate the various requirements that must be met, in connection with diversity in the workforce and other bidding programs. We seek to clarify this process and provide a general guide for owners, contractors, and subcontractors that perform work on publicly owned or financed construction projects. Please join us for an Ask-The-Experts panel discussion. The panel of experts will comprise of representatives from the State of Minnesota, City of Minneapolis, and the Metropolitan Council, each of whom monitor these projects and the diversity goals that are set for them.

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  • Construction Law
Getting Your Bounce Back | Using Resiliency to Build Your Fitness to Practice

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

This program briefly reviews the lawyers’ impairment and well-being reports. It then explores proven elements of resilience by the US Army and others and offers examples and methods for incorporating them into our work as lawyers, reducing our risk, and enhancing our well-being.

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  • Wellness
  • Construction Law
Inflation Reduction Act & Davis Bacon | Legal Changes with Shocking Consequences

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

The newly passed Inflation Reduction Act includes substantial tax breaks for the owners of renewable energy projects if they are constructed and operated as required by the IRA.

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  • Construction Law
Lawyers and Umbrellas | How to Capitalize on Your Most Valuable Asset, The Mind

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

You won’t want to miss the dynamic brother and sister duo as they discuss the power of the mind as it relates to managing people and managing stress. Listen, learn, and laugh along with Jon and Rachel, siblings who grew up riding their big wheels together through the streets of North Central Wisconsin navigating a strong family tree that includes: lawyers, doctors, engineers, teachers, and factory workers.

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  • Construction Law
  • Wellness
Mixed Modes | Promoting Effective Interplay of Mediation and Arbitration in Construction and Commercial Disputes

2.0 Standard CLE Credits

Construction and commercial practitioners regularly employ mediation and arbitration in the course of resolving disputes.  Although multi-step dispute resolution provisions are widely used, our experience suggests that often, other ways of “mixing modes” may often be more effective.

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  • ADR
  • Construction Law
Weed on the Worksite

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

When Minnesota “accidentally” legalized some forms of THC last year, it made recreational marijuana legalization all but guaranteed. This raises a not insignificant amount of questions for the construction industry. Can employers prohibit all marijuana use for safety sensitive positions? What happens if an employee tests positive? What if we find marijuana at work? What happens if an employee gets injured at work and we hear rumors they were high? This session will cover the likely answers to these questions and provide some practical approaches to addressing weed in the workplace.

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  • Construction Law
  • Wellness
What Construction Lawyers Need To Know About The ADA And Other Accessibility Laws

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

All construction projects must comply with ADA Standards.  This course will provide an overview of ADA codes, laws, and standards for construction and remodeling. This course will address hot topics in ADA compliance, and what lawyers should be looking for in drawings, contracts and specifications.

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  • Construction Law