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Colleen M. Palmer, Esq. Beazley Group


In this webinar, we discuss the importance of a well-drafted professional services agreement. We will talk about some of the critical risk management provisions that should be addressed in all professional services agreements and discuss ways to deal with poorly drafted provisions proposed by clients.

  • Discuss the importance of contract negotiations and insight that may be gained from the process;
  • Identify important contract provisions that are frequently the subject of difficult negotiations;
  • Consider the risk management implications associated with poorly worded provisions and ways to modify the language; and
  • Learn about the potential advantages associated with favorably-drafted provisions.

About the Presenter

Colleen M. Palmer, Esq. Beazley GroupColleen M. Palmer, Esq., joined Beazley in December 2007 as an A&E Risk Manager and is based in the New York office. Before joining Beazley, Colleen was a practicing attorney in Boston, MA, where she focused on assisting architects and engineers. She specialized in providing risk management services to design professionals on a nationwide basis, including conducting risk management seminars and advising on contractual issues. Colleen earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Cornell University and her Juris Doctor, cum laude, from the University of Miami School of Law.

This series is being presented in partnership with the IEEE Member Discounts Program.

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*Please allow 7-10 days to receive a certificate.

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