Recap: West Coast Casualty’s Construction Defect Seminar 2012

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  1. Brian you are spot on. The CD & construction markets have changed dramatically over the past 2-3 years & I believe the rate of change will increase substantially. If you, and your firm, are not looking far enough into future & willing to make the adjustments to adapt to the new business environment, you will not survive.
    And surviving means that you will need to work harder, educate yourself on the ideas & technologies and be willing to do things that you would not have considered last year or the year before.
    And most of all, your clients, whomever they are, want value for the monies spent. Limited or no value added means little or no work.
    A famous poet once said " the times they are a changing" and that is so true for this business arena.

    1. I agree, Ed. I think you have clearly raised the bar when it comes to leveraging agility and innovation to improve results in the construction defect litigation arena. The days of “this is how we have always done it” are over.

      Thinking outside the box is only useful for people that imagine there is a box. Keep up the good work, and thanks for the comment!

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