Ethics for Design Professionals
Two-Hour CEU, accredited by IDCEC
Please note: CID attendees seeking credit must bring their IDCEC number with them to the course, as it will be required at sign-in.
• 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 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 WILL BE OPEN TO PROFESSIONAL IIDA MEMBERS FIRST
December 3, 2019
8am registration/networking/light breakfast
8:30-10:30 Ethics CEU
IIDA Members: FREE
1101 W River Pkwy
Minneapolis, MN 55415
200 12th Ave S., Minneapolis – 200 Lot: There is a limo to bring people from the 200 Lot to Henricksen’s front door running every 6 minutes from 7a-9am. There are no parking passes needed in this lot for this event.
1101 W. River Parkway, Minneapolis: Limited Henricksen VISITOR parking is available in the Henricksen lot in the front of the building. Please see host for visitor parking pass to display on your dash.
Minneapolis meter parking available surrounding Henricksen.
The Guthrie parking ramp is available for a $7 charge.
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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.