Mergers and Acquisitions: Perils and Proactive Planning
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 12:00 - 1:00 PM Eastern Presenter David Ericksen – Severson & Werson Register Now As a proud member of the Professional Liability Agents Network (PLAN), Poole Professional is happy to announce an upcoming webinar that can earn 1 AIA/CES learning unit for architects and/or PLEP credit. "Look Before You Leap: Merger & Acquisitions, Perils & Proactive Planning" will be presented on August 20, 2019
All Beazley policyholders are invited to attend Beazley's latest risk management webinar. When: Thursday, September 12, 2019 12:30 - 2:00PM EST Presented by: Larry W. Johnson, Esq., Cobb Martinez Woodward PLLC Michael Germano, Esq., Beazley Group Colleen M. Palmer, Esq., Beazley Group Learning Objectives:
In this webinar, we’ll examine a fantastic result for a design professional who was sued by its restaurant-client. The insured provided engineering services related to th
New Article and Tool on BDP Risk! The Importance of Shop Drawings in the Design Professional’s Practice Shop drawings are an essential element for many projects. You should be aware of your obligations and understand your risks—long before construction begins. To learn four shop drawing questions you need to ask, read this new article by Steven R. Goldstein, Esq. Berkley Policyholders login here to Download>> Shop Drawing Stamp Did you know that you can use the language on yo
When: March 13th, 2019 1PM to 2PM Eastern Register Now Design firms need to know and understand the various types of legal liability that may affect their practice as well as to who they may be legally liable to. Design firms also need to know the components of professional negligence including sources of duty such as the standard of care and contractual obligations and the differences between the two, as well as the potential damages they may be responsible for. Equally impo
Join Berkley Design Professional for a complimentary webinar on March 7th: From Scope Creep to Profitability Thursday, March 7, 2019
2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Eastern
1.5 AIA CES LUs / 1.5 PDHs Health, Safety and Welfare Qualified! Register Now Change is inevitable, but scope creep is not. Scope creep happens when there is an expansion of services provided without a corresponding increase in your fees or recognition of additional risk exposure. This webinar will help you learn
Ethical Enigmas & Challenges for the A/E Practice
Tuesday, November 6, 2018 2:00 - 3:00 PM Eastern 1 AIA/CES learning unit Presenter David Ericksen – Severson & Werson Register Now As a proud member of The Professional Liability Agents Network (PLAN), Poole Professional is happy to announce an upcoming webinar that can earn 1 AIA/CES learning unit for architects and qualified continuing education credits for engineers.
"Ethical Enigmas & Challenges for the A/E Practice" w
Join Berkley Design Professional for a complimentary webinar on November 7th: Cyber Liability and Data Security for Design Professionals Wednesday, November 7, 2018
2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Eastern
1.5 AIA CES LUs / 1.5 PDHs Register Now A lot has changed in the realm of cyber liability in four years, so Berkley DP and Kroll have updated our program on Cyber Liability and Data Security for Design Professionals.
As an architect or engineer, the data you hold on projects, pla
Choosing Between Arbitration & Litigation Wednesday October 10th, 1PM EST Eligible for 1 AIA Credit Moderator: Sarah L Chambers, Claims Executive, Travelers
Speakers: Michael J. Cremonese, Esq., Burke Cromer Cremonese and Holley C. Fisk, FAIA, Esq., Fisk Alexander
The best method for dispute management is to avoid disputes. However disputes are a reality for any design and construction project. Direct negotiation and mediation are arguably universally accepted as the mo
The newest article on BDP Risk, authored by Steven R. Goldstein, Esq., of Goldstein Law, PC. examines the implications of leaving a project before completion.
While it’s not a decision you make lightly, sometimes you have to walk away from a project before your services are completed. According to Goldstein, memorializing—in writing—the termination of a business relationship might even be more important than the original agreement between the parties.
To help protect your
Click Here to Access The Article Your professional services agreement with your client is a critical document to formalize the roles and responsibilities of the project participants and establish the business parameters of your design services. Your contract is also the first line of defense in the event of a dispute or claim—in fact, it’s the first thing a claims examiner will ask to see when a problem arises.
In this edition of our multi-part series, we address the import