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The 12 Most Common Causes of Malpractice in Cases Involving Construction


As the economy improves, and the rate of construction increases in Arizona, more and more of your cases will involve some aspect of construction.  There are a number of pitfalls in the statutes and cases related to construction law, which can lead to malpractice.  There are 2 ways you can protect yourself from falling into one of these traps:

  1. Read the book Tom Horne wrote for the State Bar of Arizona, 455 pages plus an 86 page 2014 supplement.  That would be time-consuming.
  2. Come to this seminar, in which Tom Horne will discuss the 12 most common causes of malpractice in construction related cases.  That only takes an hour.  Much more efficient use of your time.

Tom Horne is the author of Arizona Construction Law (1978; second edition 1994; supplement 2014) published by the State Bar of Arizona.  He was chairman of all state bar construction law seminars from 1978 to 2002.  He was chairman of the state bar construction law section from 1990-1991. He is the former Arizona Attorney General.



February 15, 2018

1:30pm to 2:45pm

National Bank of Arizona
6001 N. 24th Street, Conference Center
Phoenix, AZ 85016

Refreshments will be provided

Cost: None | CLE Credits: 1.0 (ethics)


RSVP: Tracy Ward, 602.212.8890 or Tracy.Ward@nbarizona.com





The State Bar of Arizona does not approve or accredit CLE activities for the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement. This activity may qualify for up to 1.0 hour(s) toward your annual CLE requirement for the State Bar of Arizona, including 1.0 hour(s) of professional responsibility.

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