Wednesday, November 4, 2015, 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. (PT)
Dealey, Renton & Associates, member of The Professional Liability Agents Network (PLAN), is happy to announce an upcoming Webinar that can earn 1.50 AIA/CES learning units (HSW pending) for architects and qualified continuing education credits for engineers.
The Design-Build program of project delivery is favored by many in federal and state governments and is growing in popularity in the private sector. The risks and rewards are quite different from the traditional Design-Bid-Build project delivery method and those unaware of these differences may receive an expensive, and unwanted, education.
Design-Builders tend to be contractors, many of whom are unfamiliar with the limitations of A/E professional liability insurance coverage, and who are inclined to contract with A/Es as if they are traditional construction subcontractors. The purpose of our program will be to spotlight the Design-Build differences, provide guidance for proper client and project selection, and to identify contract terms that might compromise - or more nearly ensure - insurance coverage.
Stephan (Hobie) Andrews, is a partner with Vandeventer Black and concentrates his practice in the fields of construction law, professional liability, regulatory services and intellectual property. He represents architects and engineers in a variety of construction, professional liability, insurance coverage, employment and contract disputes, as well as in other matters.
James W. Walker, is a trial lawyer with Vandeventer Black who has tried more than 200 cases to verdict in the federal and state courts in Virginia and the District of Columbia. Jim focuses on complex civil litigation, including the defense of professional malpractice lawsuits against design professionals.
CE Credits: 1.50 AIA/CES learning units for architects and qualified continuing education credits for engineers.
COST: Cost: $85.00 per computer connection regardless of the number of people participating via each connection
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Tuesday, November 3rd
Registration link & Webinar details online: CLICK HERE
We encourage you to take advantage of this great opportunity to educate your firm on limiting your liability while earning valuable continuing education credits.