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1999 In-Agreement: How to develop a written residential contract that works for you and your client, Residential Architect, July-August Issue.

1998 Overall Original Outline,
Level 1: Introduction to Risk Management
Chapter 1.1: Concepts in Risk Management
Chapter 1.2: Legal Liability of Design Professionals
Chapter 1.3: Developing the Capacity to Manage Risk
Chapter 1.4: Evaluation of Projects and Clients
Chapter 1.5: Planning Phase and Design Phase Risk Management
Chapter 1.6: Bidding or Negotiation Phase Risk Management
Chapter 1.7: Construction Phase Risk Management

Understanding and Managing Risk: A Guide and Voluntary Education Program for Design Professionals, Victor O. Schinnerer & Co.

Two Views: The AIA Owner-Architect Agreement B141-1997 (Opposite Christopher Noble, Esq.), Architecture Boston, Volume 1, Number 1

1994 Owner-Architect Agreements, Chapter 3.42 of The Architects Handbook of Professional Practice, The American Institute of Architects, Washington, DC.

Construction Agreements, Chapter 3.44 of The Architects Handbook of Professional Practice, The American Institute of Architects, Washington, DC.

1991 Chapter 5, Architecture and Construction: Project Structuring, Contracts and Governmental Permits and Chapter 5A, Design and Construction Problems and Disputes, Real Estate Development: Business, Commercial, Industrial and Major Residential Properties, Eugene J. Morris, General Editor, Matthew Bender & Company, Inc., New York.

Preservation Contracts are Different, Architectural Record, March Issue.

Is the "Crisis" in A/E Liability Past?, Interview, Professional Services Management Journal, July Issue.

The ADA is Coming: Be Prepared!, Professional Services Management Journal, October Issue.

1990 CADD & Computer Liability, The Construction Specifier, October Issue.

1989 Means Legal Reference for Design & Construction, R.S. Means Company, Inc., Kingston, MA.

1988 Dealing With Changes During Construction: The AIA System, Probate and Property Magazine, Section of Real Property, Probate and Trust Law, The American Bar Association, May/June Issue.

Commentary on B141, Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Architect, 1987 Edition, The American Institute of Architects, Washington, DC.

Commentary on A20l, General Conditions of the Contract for Construction,1987 Edition, The American Institute of Architects, Washington, DC.

Construction Law, Encyclopedia of Architecture, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York.

1987 Chapter 5, Architecture and Construction, Real Estate Development: Business, Commercial, Industrial and Major Residential Properties, Eugene J. Morris, General Editor, Matthew Bender & Company, Inc., New York.

Contractual Issues, Chapter 2.2 of The Architects Handbook of Professional Practice, The American Institute of Architects, Washington, DC.

A Practical Introduction to Change Orders, The Practical Real Estate Lawyer, Volume 3, Number 4, July (with James P. Houghton).

Who is Liable for Hidden Bugs in Software Programs?, The Construction Specifier, April Issue.

No Liability Insurance? Limit Your Exposure to Legal Claims, Journal of Management in Engineering, Volume 3, Number 1, January.

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