DRBF Training Workshop 
Dispute Board Toolkit: What a US Construction Attorney Needs to Know for Best Results  

May 13, 2021 from 1 - 5pm EDT / 12 - 4pm CDT / 10am - 2pm PDT   
Virtual Workshop Delivered Live via Zoom

This workshop is designed for those working with Dispute Boards that utilize non-binding recommendations as found primarily in the US and Canada and other jurisdictions, and not using standard form contracts. Not sure if this course is right for you? Contact the DRBF at [email protected] for more information. 

This program is to support construction attorneys (in-house and outside counsel) interested in understanding the core tenets of Dispute Boards for successful projects. Topics include:

  • Key Legal Considerations: binding/non-binding, admissibility, liability, statute of limitations, etc.
  • Drafting Contract Documents for DBs: DB Specification, DB Agreement, DB Operating Procedures, and more
  • Attorney Role in the DB Process: collaboration, transparency, team coaching, Board appointments, and more

The workshop will be offered live with lecture, interactive discussion questions, and ample time for Q&A.


  • Attendees must have taken the DRBF Administration & Practice Workshop in the past five years OR
  • Registrants may view the pre-requisite course online at your convenience and pass the brief course assessment prior to this workshop. Details on the pre-requisite course will be included in the registration confirmation for this workshop.

Members $325
Non-Members $425
Government /Academic $350

Group discounts are available. Please contact [email protected] for more information.

This course has been accepted for CLE credit with the Florida Bar Association (Intermediate level - General: 5; Condominium and Planned Development Law: 5; Construction Law: 5)