Regulations of Surveillance Technologies and their Implications for Fire LossesLitigation Holds & SpoliationComplying with the Rules and Regulations on the Practice of Architecture and Complying with the Rules of Professional Conduct for Ohio ArchitectsNegative CorpusSo You Say You Lived Where? Implications of the 'Residence Premises' and Related Clauses on Insurance ClaimsDeconstructing Chiropractic: Sign, Sign, Everywhere a Sign, Can't You Read the SignLegal Panel at the 2011 Ohio Joint Insurance Fraud SeminarBuilding Code and Design Professional Liability in OhioLegal Panel at the 2010 Ohio Joint Insurance Fraud Seminar Professional Conduct of Ohio ArchitectsNegative Corpus or Undetermined - Walking the Fine LineBuilding Code and Design Professional Liability in OhioMock Trial: Liability Without Privity of Contract; Damage ClaimsGoing on the Offensive - Criminal, Civil and Administrative Case PreparationNational Chiropractic Clinic Chain Investigation: A Case StudyAdministrative and Civil Remedies to FraudStrategies and Tactics for Minimizing Claims Involving Treatment from Chiropractic Clinic ChainsUnderstanding and Using the New AIA Design/Build Family of Documents: A141, A142, B142 & B143
Mock Trial: Liability Without Privity of Contract; Damage Claims
Michael Jacobs was the organizer and a co-presenter at this AIA Cincinnati Chapter Meeting in September 2007 which dealt with the liability an architect faces under the Restatement of Torts (Second), Section 552, under which a professional can be found liable to someone other than his client, i.e. a contractor, for information or advice he provided.