Timothy Woodward, a partner in Shutts & Bowen LLP’s Tampa office and leader of the Construction practice group, will act as the moderator during a discussion on effective construction arbitration techniques for the Hillsborough County Bar Association’s (HCBA) upcoming CLE webinar.
Tim will lead a panel of local construction attorneys in their discussion of best practices and practical techniques to employ during arbitration. The CLE program will focus on topics like civility, the value of opening statements and closing arguments, impeachment of witnesses, the presentation of expert testimony, continuous versus split up hearings, discovery disputes, as well as objections, trial briefs and the use of case law. Additionally, the panelists will discuss technology at arbitration, including the use of video or virtual witness testimony.
- “Construction Law: Effective Construction Arbitration Techniques” – 1.0 CLE Credit
02/18/2021 | 12 pm - 1 pm
- Moderator: Timothy D. Woodward (Shutts & Bowen LLP)
- Panelists: Paul Ullom (Carlton Fields), John Vento (Trenam Law), Roger Peters (FCIArb)
About Timothy Woodward
Timothy Woodward is a partner in the Tampa office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he leads the firm's Construction Litigation Practice Group. Board certified in Construction Law, Tim focuses his practice on commercial construction litigation. Tim has experience assisting clients with construction law and commercial litigation related issues in the State of Florida. He has achieved successful results for clients in jury and non jury trials in Florida’s state and federal courts and in various arbitration proceedings. He's been listed among the Best Lawyers in America® in Construction Law since 2012 and has been recognized by Florida Super Lawyers since 2011. Tim represents design professionals, contractors, owners, and developers in a myriad of disputes, including claims regarding: design errors and omissions; delay and acceleration damages; bonds and liens; professional negligence and licensure; building code and Americans with Disabilities Act violations; construction and materials defects; fraud and civil RICO; personal injuries; and, wrongful death.