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Architects and Engineers Risk Review
A Publication Of The Professional Liability Agents Network

The A/E Risk Review may be downloaded in PDF format by clicking on one of the issue choices below.  You will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 or above installed on your computer to read any of the manuals below. You can download Adobe Acrobat Reader for free by clicking on the icon: 

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Volume 149, 2017

Standard of Care: A Moving Target

Volume 148, 2017

The Risks and Rewards of Construction Management

Volume 147, 2016

Risk Management Principles for Geotechnical Engineers

Volume 146, 2016

Show Me the Money: Avoid Disputes Over Billing and Payment

Volume 145, 2016

Seven Crucial Client Contract Clauses: Part II

Volume 144, 2016

Seven Crucial Client Contract Clauses: Part I

Volume 143, 2016

Commissioning Is Here To Stay

Volume 142, 2016

Delay Claims, RFIs and Change Orders

Volume 141, 2016

Limitation of Liability Continues to Gain Acceptance

Volume 140, 2016

BIM: Advances Continue But Risks Remain

Volume 139, 2015

Everything You Didn't Want to Know About Employee Crime

Volume 138, 2015

When Your Client Says "Stop!"

Volume 137, 2015

Are You A Risk Terminator? 20 Questions to Test Your Liability IQ

Volume 136, 2015

Make Mediation Your Dispute Resolution Technique of Choice

Volume 135, 2015

A/E Joint Ventures: A Liability Challenge

Volume 134, 2015

Dodd-Frank Act Presents More Questions Than Answers

Volume 133, 2015

So Your Client Wants to be an Additional Insured.

Volume 132, 2014

Home Sweet Home? Liabilities of Telecommuting

Volume 131, 2014

Court Decision Increases Design Duty to Third Parties

Volume 130, 2014

Prevailing Opinions on Prevailing Party Contract Clauses

Volume 129, 2014

Your Role as Project Representative

Volume 128, 2014

When Clients Ask for Sky-High Insurance Limits

Volume 127, 2014

The Foreign Intrigue of Decennial Liability

Volume 126, 2013

A Failure to Communicate

Volume 125, 2013

How to Report A Claim

Volume 124, 2013

Staffing Decisions Impact Liability Exposures

Volume 123, 2013

50-Million-Plus Reasons to Fear Fiduciary Liability

Volume 122, 2013

Fast-Track Projects: Full Speed Ahead

Volume 121, 2013

The Check Is in the Mail: Get Paid Without Getting Sued

Volume 120, 2012

A Condo Comeback? Designers Beware

Volume 119, 2012

The Standard of Care: Setting the Bar for Your Performance

Volume 118, 2012

Jobsite Safety, Part 2: Three Keys to Avoiding Liabilities

Volume 117, 2012

Jobsite Safety, Part 1: You Win Some, You Lose Some

Volume 116, 2012

Integrated Project Delivery: Are You Seeing the Lite?

Volume 115, 2012

Setting Your Record Retention Policy

Volume 114, 2012

CAD Part 2: Contractual and Ownership Protection

Volume 113, 2012

CAD Part 1: Capabilities and Liabilities Evolve

Volume 112, 2012

Comprehensive Scope of Services Boosts Bottom Line

Volume 111, 2011

Getting the Right PL Coverage at the Right Price

Volume 110, 2011

Reducing Risks When Specifying Materials

Volume 109, 2011

The Risks and Rewards of Value Engineering

Volume 108, 2011

Actions that can Increase Revenues and Profits

Volume 107, 2011

Getting A Hold On Mold

Volume 106, 2011

Get It in Writing: Avoid Verbal Contracts

Volume 105, 2011

So You Want to be a Construction Manager

Volume 104, 2011

25 Questions: Measuring Your Risk Management IQ


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Environmental Consultant Risk Review
A Publication Of The Professional Liability Agents Network

The EC Risk Review may be downloaded in PDF format by clicking on one of the issue choices below.  You will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader 4.0 or above installed on your computer to read any of the manuals below. You can download Adobe Acrobat Reader for free by clicking on the icon: 


Volume 71, 2016

Seven Crucial Client Contract Clauses for Environmental Consultants

Volume 70, 2016

Selecting the Right Professional Liability Insurer for Your Environmental Consulting Firm

Volume 69, 2015

Indemnities, Part 2: Where Agreements May Make Sense

Volume 68, 2015

Indemnities, Part 1: Getting to "No"

Volume 67, 2014

How to Report A Claim

Volume 66, 2014

Fast-Track Projects: Caution, Curves Ahead

Volume 65, 2013

Insurance Requirements For You and Your Client

Volume 64, 2013

Getting Paid Without Getting Sued

Volume 63, 2012

Jobsite Safety, Part 1: You Win Some, You Lose Some

Volume 62, 2012

Scope of Services Cuts Liabilities, Boosts Bottom Line

Volume 61, 2012

Reducing Your Risks When Specifying Materials

Volume 60, 2011

Steps to Increase Your Revenues and Profits

Volume 59, 2011

Avoid Those Verbal Contracts

Volume 58, 2011

The Essentials of Negotiating a Limitation of Liability Clause

Volume 57, 2011

Project Evaluation More Important In Tough Times


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Property & Casualty Risk Review
A Publication Of The Professional Liability Agents Network

The Property & Casualty Risk Review may be downloaded in PDF format by clicking on one of the issue choices below.  You will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader 4.0 or above installed on your computer to read any of the manuals below. You can download Adobe Acrobat Reader for free by clicking on the icon: 


Volume 12, 2017

The Basics Regarding Employment Practice Liabilities

Volume 11, 2016

Social Engineering Fraud On the Rise

Volume 10, 2016

Hired and Non-Owned Vehicles: What Are Your Risks?

Volume 09, 2015

To Drone or Not to Drone

Volume 08, 2013

Beware of Patent Trolls

Volume 07, 2013

Preventing Electronic Funds Transfer Fraud

Volume 06, 2012

Protecting Your Computers with EDP Insurance

Volume 05, 2012

Handling Client Requests for Proof of Insurance

Volume 04, 2012

Cyber Liability: Prevention and Protection

Volume 03, 2012

The Basics of Business Interruption and Extra Expense Insurance

Volume 02, 2011

Ten Steps to Controlling Workers Compensation Insurance Costs

Volume 01, 2011

Providing Safety for the Lone Worker


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