Engineer Unknowingly Waives Legal Protection from Lawsuit
The Texas Supreme Court was asked to decide whether an engineering firm can be determined to have waived its right to require a certificate of merit because of its conduct during litigation....

Patents: What Every Engineer Should Know
Ignoring patent law can have serious consequences for civil engineers. They may sacrifice valuable patent rights or they may risk exposing themselves to a patent infringement lawsuit....

Pursuing Past-Due Accounts
Small engineering firms often do not have a full-time staff member dedicated to collecting on past due accounts, yet it is small business that can be most damaged by unpaid bills. Experts...

What Part of Nollan Didn't They Understand?
This presentation concerns litigation presently pending between the County of Santa Barbara and the owners of a home on the beach in Santa Barbara County. The lawsuit commenced in November...

The Lake Gaston Pipeline: 76 Miles of Controversy

Sources of Funding for Replacement and/or Repair of Defective PCCP

Impact of Oil Spills on Commercial Fisheries: Lessons of Alaska for California

Breaking the Impasse on Coastal Protection

Interstate Mediation As an Alternative to Litigation: Resolving Illinois' Lake Michigan Diversion Dispute

Defusing Delay Claims
Many contractors, owners and design professionals are finally becoming aware of and sensitive to high cost and substantial risks associated with litigating delay claims. As a result, the...

A Lawyer Relates His Experiences with Engineering Experts

Forensic Engineering Within a Large Public Agency: Expert Witness Experience Panel Discussion

An Engineer Relates His Experiences as Expert Witness

Things that Fall—Construction Site Forensic Problems

Should I Notify the Building Department? The Dilemma of the Forensic Engineer

Objectivity vs. Advocacy in Forensic Engineering

Manual of Forensic Engineering Practice—A Synopsis

Living by the Thirteen Commandments of the Forensic Engineer/Expert

Hired Guns Give a Black Eye to Our Profession. Can We Do Something About It?—A Panel Discussion

Managing Your Legal Team Through Dispute Resolution





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