ASCE OC YMF - I Have My License, So Now What?: An Introduction to the Legal Side of Engineering
Tuesday, June 25, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
Please join your fellow civil engineers for an insightful seminar on the legal side of engineering presented by Michael Wroniak, Esq. and Christian Bredeson, Esq. on June 25, 2013! This seminar is specifically designed to develop the awareness of civil engineers to the legal aspects of engineering and potentially prevent any future pitfall and is available to those who are planning to obtain their P.E. or have already obtained it. The seminar will expand on:
- The basics of engineering contracts;
- The legal implications behind stamping documents and plans;
- How to handle and avoid potential pitfalls;
- And other critical legal aspects and practices of civil engineering.
During the seminar, heavy appetizers and refreshing beverages will be served! The seminar is free of charge to ASCE Members and Students and space is limited! Make sure you save your spot in time. For further information or questions, please contact the OC YMF Programs Co-Chairs, Gyan Sinha at email@example.com or Remi Candaele at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Seminar
This seminar, presented by Michael L. Wroniak, Esq. and Christian E. Bredeson, Esq. from Collins Collins Muir and Stewart, LLP, will explore the role and involvement that the law will play in the daily life of a registered engineer in California. From negotiating the contract to the final punch list, this seminar will look at what all engineers need to know in order to successfully navigate the risks that are inherent in the design and construction of every project, whether it is commercial, residential, or public works.
This interactive seminar will discuss the basics of engineering contracts, the multitude of legal pitfalls within the design process as well as during construction administration, and will address how you can improve your chances of avoiding lawsuits as you progress through your career.
Mr. Wroniak and Mr. Bredeson both work out of their firm's Orange County office and their practice primarily consists of defending architects, engineers and other construction professionals in lawsuits as well as provide consultation to design professional clients related to risk management and contract negotiations.