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American Bar Association (ABA) Spring Malpractice Conference, April 19-21 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. 

Eileen Garczynski, Esq., senior vice president and partner, Ames & Gough, will lead two key sessions at the American Bar Association (ABA) Spring Malpractice Conference, April 19-21 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

PROFESSIONALS SHOULDN’T OVERLOOK IMPACT OF GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE

As 2022 came to a close with a dramatic drop in temperature across the U.S. due to the Polar Vortex, it may be timely to consider what climate change means to the design community. Read More.

Trends Driving Social Inflation and How to Respond

Contractors warrant their work in every contract. This is appropriate because they are doing work and have agreed to do it correctly or fix it if it is incorrect. Likewise, equipment is warranted. It works or doesn’t, and if it doesn’t, it should be made to work. When providing work or equipment, warranties and guarantees are appropriate. The expectation is that you will provide what you’ve promised to deliver. Read More

Why Warranties Are Not Covered by Professional Liability Policies

Contractors warrant their work in every contract. This is appropriate because they are doing work and have agreed to do it correctly or fix it if it is incorrect. Likewise, equipment is warranted. It works or doesn’t, and if it doesn’t, it should be made to work. When providing work or equipment, warranties and guarantees are appropriate. The expectation is that you will provide what you’ve promised to deliver. Read More