Your Time is Important–Save Time by Participating in Upcoming NASBP Virtual Seminars
The Virtual Seminars are a way to save time by not having to leave the office to travel to meetings. By registering you and your staff for 60 minutes of participation, you can still gain valuable information, knowledge, and insight into what’s happening in the industry today without time away from the office. Virtual Seminars are normally held Tuesday’s twice a month from 2 to 3 p.m. Eastern time. The $69 registration fee includes the live web presentation and, if you’re not able to participate during the time of the Virtual Seminar, the presentation recording is available to view at your convenience.
For our Virtual Seminars, we use the Adobe Connect web platform.To make sure your experience is smooth and to ensure that you receive the most out of the Adobe Connect experience, we would like to suggest that you review the Frequently Asked Questions & Best Practices document, which offers tips and suggestions to maximize your experience.
Upcoming Virtual Seminars
July 14 – “Working in Different States: A Map to the Varying State Laws that Limit and Supersede Construction Contracts” (Part I) by Douglas Tabeling, Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP.
July 28 - “Working in Different States: A Map to the Varying State Laws that Limit and Supersede Construction Contracts” (Part II) by Douglas Tabeling, Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP.
August 18 – “Professional Liability - How it Works, Why it Doesn’t Work and Why Bond Producers Should Know About it” by Frank Musica, Victor O. Schinnerer & Co.
September 8 – “What Mid Project Changes in Financing can do to your Contractor Client and their Bond” by Stephen H. Reisman and Michael Zisa, Peckar & Abramson, P.C.
September 22 -- “Revenue Recognition Rebuilt: Part 1 - Overview for Construction Surety & Bonding Agents” by Bret Rutter and Chris Gewain, Moss Adams LLP.
October 6 – “Revenue Recognition Rebuilt: Part 1 - Overview for Construction Surety & Bonding Agents” by Bret Rutter and Chris Gewain, Moss Adams LLP.
October 20 – “Commercial Bond Form Risk Factors” by Michael Zurcher, Travelers Bond & Specialty Insurance. We’re also gearing up for a Leadership Series later this year. Information will be available soon. If you have any questions, contact Charnita Lee at email@example.com.
For more information about NASBP Virtual Seminars at nasbp.org, click here.