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Legal: The Ninth Chapter of DBEI Insight

Even with the industries increasing digital maturity level and awareness regarding BIM procurement and delivery, there remains the potential for arising legal issues, including, intellectual property rights, the responsibility of delivery and other litigation risks.

Understanding the correct procurement process for your project, outlining the information requirements, who is responsible for delivery of what, when and how is critical for reducing these potential risks. Defining and using the correct terminology, processes and standards will set you on your way to avoiding unmet expectations and ultimately, costly legal disputes.

Some of the legal aspects to consider when adopting BIM are:

  • Intellectual property rights and ownership
  • Roles and responsibilities – who is delivering what and when
  • Contractual framework for incorporating BIM
  • Liabilities

Sound interesting? Check out the sessions below. If the LIVE time doesn’t suit you, register to the session and watch the recording at any point over the 7 days following for complimentary access.

BIM Legal Obstacles and the new BIM international standards: How to Avoid Getting Sued

Tuesday, 6th October 2020 
1:00pm Central European Summer Time

Speaker: May Winfield,
 BuroHappold Engineering

Digital and the Quantity Surveyor – A Surveyor’s insight

Thursday, 8th October 2020 
1:00pm Singapore Time

Speaker: Eugene Seah,
 Surbana Jurong

The Risks and Rewards of Digital Practice – Current and Future Issues

Thursday, 15th October 2020 
1:00pm US Central District Time

Speakers: Phil Bernstein,
 Yale School of Architecture, Leslie King, Carlton Fields

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