The Importance of a Specific Scope of Work for Design Pros

From the 2014 PLUS Conference session “Top Ten Tips for Design Professionals,” Kenneth J. Wittman (Dealey, Renton & Associations) and Wendy Testa, Esq. (Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker) discuss the importance of specificity in defining the scope of work on a project and the pitfalls of working outside of that definition.

If you’re into professional liability you won’t want to miss the 2015 Professional Risk Symposium, April 28 and 29 in Atlanta.

PLUS members can view this entire Conference session in the PLUS Multimedia Library.

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