AE Blog - Negotiating the Professional Services Contract
Hall & Company is hosting their first risk management webinar of 2013 on January 15. This webinar is being presented by Tom Owens of Thomas B. Owens, he will focus on the following learning objectives:
- Prepare design professionals to negotiate a professional services contract (client and consultant) understanding the strengths and weaknesses from the design professional’s position.
- Provide design professionals with the critical terms each contract should include.
- Inform the design professional about typical contract language that is detrimental.
- Help the design professional understand where the most significant contract errors are made.
Tom Owens is an Attorney in private practice who has been involved in the construction industry for over 30 years, 12 as an Electrical Contractor, the rest as a lawyer. Tom received his law degree from the University of Washington in 1994. Tom has strong insight into what professional design firms need from counsel; he spent 14 years as General Counsel for NBBJ. Tom has drafted and negotiated numerous design professional contracts from stadia, hospitals and corporate headquarters to small tenant improvements and remodels. He has worked with firms with staffs as large as 30,000 and as small as two.
When: Tuesday, January 15, 2013 10:00 am, Pacific Standard Time
Webinar Registration: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/427086910
Certificates of Completion: This webinar has been approved for 1 hour of continuing education credit. Certificates of Completion are available for a processing fee of $21.49 per person. You can register for your certificate of completion before or after the program, however confirmed attendance to the live presentation is required for receipt. Certificates are generally issued within 2 weeks after the presentation. To request a certificate of completion, please click on the following link: http://negotiatingcontracts.eventbrite.com/. If you are currently a Hall & Company client, your certificate is free. Please contact Krysten Bernal at email@example.com to request your certificate.