Monthly Archives: January 2018

Curtis Engineering Corp. v. Superior Court of San Diego County – Protection Against Frivolous Lawsuits, by Arthur Schwartz

California design professionals received some legal assurances from a state appeals court ruling in November that backed a longstanding protection against frivolous lawsuits. The case specifically addresses certificates of merit in negligence cases and the period in which they must be filed. In the case of Curtis Engineering Corp. v. Superior Court of San Diego […]

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Vermont Board Approves Mandatory Continuing Education Requirement, by Arthur Schwartz

Professional engineers licensed in Vermont will now be mandated to earn 30 professional development hours every two years for license renewal. The new rules became effective on August 1, and the first renewal period begins August 2018. Licensees will need to obtain a minimum of 15 PDHs to renew during this period. The Vermont Board […]

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The Wyoming and Nevada Licensing Boards Signed a First-of-its-Kind Mobility Agreement for Professional Engineers, by Arthur Schwartz

The Wyoming and Nevada licensing boards have signed a first-of-its-kind pact in which a Professional Engineers in one state can be accepted as a PE in the other. The boards signed the agreement in August at the annual meeting of the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying. Under the agreement, an NCEES Model […]

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