Ethics and Leadership for Design Professionals
Two-Hour CEU; 2 ethics credits, accredited by IDCEC
Please note: CID attendees seeking credit must provide their IDCEC number at registration, as it will be required for me to confirm attendance through IDCEC.
- Review of MN Rules of Professionalism and Ethics
- How Rules on professionalism and ethical practice protect the public, health, safety, welfare
- How to identify ethical dilemmas in practice – both in the office and in the field
- How to empower your practice – doing the right thing; using the Licensure Board’s Complaint Process as a method for protecting the HSW & design professionals
- How to identify ethics issues and avoid ethical pitfalls
Attorney Kristine A. Kubes is principal of Kubes Law Office, PLLC, serving design and construction professionals through all stages of a project – from contracts to payment issues, liens, and defense of professional liability claims. She is a litigator admitted to argue cases before the U.S. Supreme Court. She is a mediator, and educator on construction, design, and ethics issues. Kristine is the Immediate Past National Chair of the American Bar Association Forum on Construction Law. She served as a public member on the MN Board of AELSLAGID from 2006-2013, during which she served two terms as Board Chair from 2009-2011. Daughter of a teacher and a carpenter, Kristine uses the lessons her parents taught her every day.
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Registration for this event is not a tax deductible donation.
May 19, 2022
9am – 11am
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Please note: Audience photographs and/or video may be taken at this event. By nature of your attendance, you are granting permission for your image, voice and likeness to be used for marketing purposes.