Learn the the steps necessary for design professionals to minimize the potential for professional liability claims related to their construction administration services (if required by contract). Topics will include contract formation language as well as issues that arise as the project progresses toward completion. Additionally, topics regarding general legal processes whether it be alternative dispute resolution, such as arbitration and mediation and/or what happens in standard court lawsuits will be discussed.
As a litigation partner with the professional liability and construction practice groups at the law firm of ARCHER NORRIS in
Learning objectives for this program include:
1. Identify contract language that minimizes potential liability claims for architect regarding construction administration services (“CA”).
2. Understanding of scenarios/examples of CA liability claims.
3. Identify when CA action is required and what to do about it.
4. Gain general understanding of the litigation process and what good contract formation practices can do to minimize the potential liability exposure.
William L. Coggshall, Esq., a lawyer specializing in the representation of architects and engineers will discuss the steps that design professionals should take to minimize the potential for professional liability claims related to their construction administration services.
Location: Dahlin Group,
Cost: None; this program is open to all. Please RSVP.
1.5 CES LU
For more information: 510/464-3600