SEAoNY April Webinar
To Be, or Not to Be, Ethical?
That is the question, but do you have the (right) answer?
April 13. 2021
12 pm - 1:15 pm
Engineers are expected to be honest, impartial, fair and dedicated to the protection of their clients and public health, safety and welfare. This standard of professional behavior requires adherence to principles of ethical conduct. This webinar will explore cases studies involving several ethical considerations so that you can be better prepared when faced with ethical dilemmas.
Melissa T. Billig, Esq. (email@example.com) is a partner with Ingram Yuzek Gainen Carroll & Bertolotti, LLP. She has an active transactional, litigation and business counseling practice with a specialization in design and construction law. She provides sophisticated counsel to A/E professionals, construction managers, contractors, owners and developers on project agreements, contract disputes, construction defect claims and adjacent property issues. Melissa has represented clients in various development projects, including the Javits Convention Center, Governors Island Park, the Shed (Hudson Yards), the World Trade Center Disaster Site and condominium construction. Melissa is an active Member of the Board of Directors for the Center for Architecture.
Maurizio Anglani, Esq. (firstname.lastname@example.org) is an associate with Ingram Yuzek Gainen Carroll & Bertolotti, LLP. He represents owners, architects, engineers, construction managers and contractors in a variety of commercial matters, including litigation and contract drafting. His primary focus is on prosecuting and defending commercial cases involving construction issues such as defective construction, delays, breach of contract, negligent design, payment disputes, mechanic’s liens and suretyship.
1 PDH offered
Credits will be sent out one per registration and there may be a virtual sign in and out.
Zoom Link will be sent anytime between 3:00 pm on 4/12/2021 to 11:00 am on 4/13/2021