The National Roofing Contractors Association will host its legal conference, "Roofing Issues: Decks to Dockets," Oct. 27-29 at the JW Marriott Austin in Austin, Texas. Join dozens of roofing professionals gathering in person to gain tools and knowledge to enhance your business operations, manage risk and help propel your company to new levels of success.
During the three-day learning experience, you will receive 11 hours of in-depth information about current legal, contractual, safety, technical and business programming that will inspire innovative business ideas you can implement immediately.
Decks to Dockets is a crucial educational experience for NRCA member and nonmember owners, CEOs, COOs, human resources professionals, safety directors, training directors, on-staff legal counsel, office managers and project managers. You will learn from presenters who have decades of industry expertise, connect with fellow roofing professionals and earn continuing education credits.
During previous NRCA legal conferences, speakers discussed relevant topics in detail, including legal challenges contractors may face when using subcontractors on projects, technical liability risks and employment law.
Speakers returning from last year’s conference include Trent Cotney, NRCA’s general counsel and national chair of the construction group at the law firm Adams & Reese in Tampa, Florida; Mark Graham, NRCA’s vice president of technical services; Stephen Phillips, senior partner at Hendrick Phillips Salzman & Siegel in Atlanta; and Philip Siegel, partner and shareholder at Hendrick Phillips Salzman & Siegel.
Additional speakers joining the event are Refugio Alvarez, safety director at King of Texas Roofing Company in Grand Prairie, Texas; Joel Richard Barnes, health and safety manager at Korellis in Hammond, Indiana; Benjamin Briggs, partner at Adams & Reese; and Erin Dennison, safety director at J.D. Miles & Sons in Chesapeake, Virginia.
Registration information for NRCA’s legal conference is available here; registration closes on Oct. 26.