Michael C. Kelley, a partner in Shutts & Bowen LLP’s Orlando office, will teach a pilot program, designed for the construction industry, with the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) over the next three weeks.
The course program, entitled “Risk Management for Builders and Remodelers,” was written by Michael and Orlando partner John H. Dannecker. It provides 6 hours of continuing education credits for several NAHB designations.
The comprehensive course will provide a clear overview of risk management practices and related methodologies, such as contractual risk transfer and means of financing risk, for the benefit of construction contractors facing exposure to a significant and broad set of business risks. Left unmanaged, such risks have the potential to derail business operations. Participants will learn about the risk management process with the goal being for such individuals to effectively eliminate or mitigate foreseeable risk in an efficient manner. The course will include activities for individual and group participation and will detail the selection and implementation of appropriate response strategies, contracting as a risk management strategy, insurance related strategies and developing a business continuity plan.
For more information on the course or to sign up, click here.
NAHB represents the largest network of craftsmen, innovators and problem solvers dedicated to building and enriching communities. Operating at the local, state and national levels, the NAHB Federation helps its members gain a competitive advantage through education and knowledge resources, networking, expertise, advocacy and savings.
About Michael C. Kelley
Michael C. Kelley is a partner in the Orlando office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is a member of the Construction Practice Group. Michael’s practice focuses on construction, commercial and real property litigation, as well as transactional matters involving construction projects and the acquisition, development, financing, operation, and disposition of real estate. He represents clients in the construction and real estate industries, including corporations, builders, developers, designers and high-end investors in a broad range of litigation and transactional matters.