Friday, October 22 @ 12:00 - 1:00 PM EST
Member Fee: $15 |Non Member Fee: $30
1 PDH* (Approval Pending)
Description | Interactive Webinar
Engineers can have a wide variety of roles in disputes. Participants will learn about the different structures for dispute resolution, review the roles that engineers can play in the process, and analyze several corresponding Board of Ethical Review cases.
Presenter:Rebecca Bowman, Esq, PE | Sr. Director and Professional Practice | NSPE
Rebecca A. Bowman, Esq., P.E. is the principal of a woman-owned business in civil engineering, dispute resolution, real estate, and legal services. She is experienced in boundary law issues, engineering design and forensic analysis, construction/project management, dispute resolution, real estate, and small business start-ups. She is a registered professional engineer and a certified arbitrator, mediator, and Christian conciliator. Mrs. Bowman writes a column for Pennsylvania’s PE Reporter, "Risky Business". Her book, Residential Construction and Remodeling in Pennsylvania: Working with Homeowners and Small Contactors is going into its second edition. She is also a frequent CPE lecturer (law and engineering) for a variety of providers. Read complete bio>>
*This educational activity has been evaluated and accredited by the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers to meet continuing education license requirements in New York. To confirm acceptance of these PDH outside of NY, please consult the licensure board of that state.
Note on Continuing Education
States have varying requirements on what is accepted.NSPE has put together a chart ofstate continuing education requirementsfor professional engineers.
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