September 22, 2022 - 9:00am to 11:00am

 

Structural engineers face ethical challenges all the time. This presentation on ethics will assist the structural engineer in learning what state laws require for ethical practice not only in Illinois but for professional engineers in Wisconsin and Indiana. (Wisconsin and Indiana require ethics and professionalism classes for renewal of registration.)

 

The seminar will provide 2 hours of continuing education credit. CE certificates will be emailed to participants after the course.  

Course materials will be provided electronically.

This course will not be live-streamed, but a recording of the live presentation and quiz component will be available.
 

Registration

Registration is $60 for members and $90.00 for non-members. 
 

Location

10 S Riverside Plaza #800
Chicago, IL 60606
 

About the Instructor

Michael Sever
Foran Glennon

A partner in the firm, Michael Sever concentrates his practice in commercial litigation, construction litigation, casualty litigation, subrogation, products liability and professional liability defense. He has represented companies and professionals in areas involving construction negligence, contract enforcement, trucking accidents, premises liability and personal injury defense. He has drafted, argued and won numerous dispositive motions in jurisdictions across the Midwest.

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Participants

Richard Weber ( Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc. )
Jorge Medina ( Burns and McDonnell )
Brian Boysen ( Burns & McDonnell )
Zelina Johnson ( Klein and Hoffman, Inc. )
Jan Blok ( The Structural Group, Ltd. )
Michael Cox ( MC & Associates, LLC )
Karen Grossett ( Thornton Tomasetti )
Nezar Abraham ( Thornton Tomasetti )
James Sims ( University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign )