2018 Loss Prevention SeminarsOnline Presentations
Our ALL NEW 2018 Loss Prevention & Risk Management Seminar
will help you improve your A/E/E practice while reducing your liability risk. Join hundreds of your top colleagues and discover how costly claims can be avoided and valuable clients retained, all while earning 6.5 hours of HSW qualified CE credit.
7:30-8:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:00-8:15 Welcoming Remarks
Joe A. Bryant, McLaughlin Brunson
8:15-9:45 What Would You Do? A Guide to Risk Management and Case Studies
Brandon Waddell, Esq.
Vincent Serafino Geary Waddell Jenevein, P.C.
9:45-10:00 Break
Design Professional Litigation Year in Review
Kent Holland, Esq. Construction Risk, LLC
Email: The Seven Deadly Sins
Patty Huntley, PMP XL Catlin Design Professional
12:00-1:15 Lunch
Legislative Updates and Panel Discussion
Hollye Fisk, Esq., FAIA Fisk Alexander, P.C.
Richard Capshaw, Esq.Capshaw & Associates
Design-Build as a Second Language: From A to Z
David A. Ericksen, Esq.
Severson & Werson
2:45-3:00 Break
Architects Only:
Common Mistakes in Access (1) Hour HSW Credit
Kristi Avalos
Accessology Too, LLC
Engineers Only:
Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Balancing and Surviving Prime/Subconsultant Challenges
of Scope Creep, Additional Services and Payments
(1) Hour Ethics Credit
David A. Ericksen, Esq.
Severson & Werson
4:00-5:00 Networking Reception
 Please join us for refreshments, catch up with old friends and meet new acquaintances!
Note to XL and Berkley Design Professional policyholders:
If your management attends this seminar you may qualify for a 10% premium credit.
Call to see if your firm qualifies.
Your Proposal Is Not Your
Dallas, TX | April 20, 2017

At the conclusion of this program, attendees will be able to prepare a project management plan that restates and supports the design professional’s role in the delivery of structural, mechanical, electrical and plumbing building systems and confirms the required integrity of these systems.

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Ethical Challenges & Enigmas for
the A/E World
Dallas, TX | April 20, 2017 Learn More
Case Studies & Strategies in Codes, Building Departments, & ConsumersDallas, TX | April 20, 2017 Learn More
Accessing Mixed Use Facilities

Mixed use developments are gaining momentum across the country and the goal is not to get caught off-guard with where access is required and which standards apply to your project. We will speak to where fair housing applies and it’s importance in mixed-use facilities. A big topic to address in an hour, but maybe just enough to focus on the general accessibility goals to avoid a wrong turn down the road.

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Common Issues Affecting the Design Industry Learn More