2022 SUPPLY CHAIN WEEK

PROMPT PAYMENT IMPACT TO SUPPLY CHAIN

The Alberta Government has enacted the new Prompt Payment and Construction Lien Act which will come into effect on August 29, 2022. Among other things, the legislation will dramatically impact the manner in which invoices are rendered, and will set mandatory time periods in which payments must be made to all parties involved in the construction chain.

Are you ready for these significant changes?

On May 19, Gowling WLG’s Construction Practice Group in Alberta & the Supply Chain Canada, Alberta Institute, invites you to join a complimentary webinar to help you understand the new legislation and its impact on your organization, including your administrative processes, contracts, bonding, financing, insurance and project delivery.

The webinar will include over 50 FAQs relating to prompt payment, builders’ liens and holdbacks, adjudication, consolidation, the transition period and what your organization can do to get prepared. It will also include a segment on lessons learned from other provinces who have prompt payment legislation already in place.

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Thursday, May 18, 2022
1 pm – 2:30 pm MDT | CST
2 pm – 3:30 pm CDT

2 CPD per session up to a max of 10 CPD for the week

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MEET OUR SPEAKERS!

Tom Brooks, Senior Associate & Litigation Lawyer, Gowling's Construction Group

Tom BrooksTom Brooks is a Senior Associate and litigation lawyer in Gowling’s Construction Group with lots of experience with construction claims, and in particular builders’ liens and payment issues.

Jordan Crone, Partner & Litigation Lawyer, Gowling's Construction Group

Jordan Crone is a Partner and litigation lawyer in Gowling’s Construction Group with experience on large complicated construction, engineering and infrastructure claims involving litigation, mediation or arbitration.

Kerry Powell, Senior Partner, Gowling's Construction Group

Kerry Powell is a Senior Partner also in Gowling’s Construction Group who has practiced construction law and been active for close to 40 years exclusively in the construction industry.

Host - Hugh Evans, CEO, Supply Chain Canada - Alberta Institute

TO BOLDLY GO WHERE NO ONE HAS GONE BEFORE – THE APPLIED MACHINE LEARNING JOURNEYHugh brings significant international expertise and experience in professional and executive education both in business schools (University of Calgary, Henley Business School (UK) and for corporations such as IBM and CSC.  He also specializes in growth strategy, business innovation education and consulting for established organizations.

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