Amanda Buffinton Speaks at the 3rd Annual ‘Insurance in the Construction Industry’ Seminar

August 21, 2019 10:08 AM

Shutts & Bowen LLP Tampa partner Amanda B. Buffinton was a featured speaker at the 3rd Annual ‘Insurance in the Construction Industry Seminar,’ hosted by The Seminar Group, Legal and Professional Education. The two-day seminar took place in Miami and covered a broad range of topics including alternative dispute resolution, construction, ethics, insurance, litigation, product liability and professional liability.

Amanda and her co-speaker Holly S. Harvey spoke about “Ethical Considerations in a Complicated Defense.” Attended by attorneys, contractors and insurance professionals, the seminar course was approved by the Florida Bar for CLER Credits.

The focus of the ‘Insurance in the Construction Industry Seminar’ was on the ever-changing world of construction growth and the understanding the current state of the law with respect to construction insurance coverages. The Seminar Group is a premier provider of continuing legal and professional education, offering timely, relevant programs with faculties of leading experts.

To learn more about this speaking engagement, click here.

 

About Amanda B. Buffinton

Amanda Buffinton is a partner in the Tampa office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where she is a member of the Construction Litigation Practice Group. A Martindale Hubbell AV® Preeminent™ rated attorney, Amanda is Board Certified in Construction Law by The Florida Bar. Amanda specializes in the litigation and arbitration of complex claims related to professional negligence and design errors and omissions. She also regularly represents design professionals, contractors, owners and developers in various types of construction disputes including claims related to landfills owned by electric generation facilities, storm water systems, retail structures, roadways and bridges, hospitals, municipal wastewater treatment facilities, warehouse structures, large condominium and multi-family structures, and sinkhole remediation design.

 

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