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Amaloyan(--nospam--at)aol.com wrote:
> 
> May I pose a question to the board members?
> Would SEAOC be willing to look into the possibility of providing
> E/O insurance as a group to the members?
> I guess other prof. organizations have similar services. i.e ASCE and AIA.
> 
> I would be very interested in attending seminars on Liability insurance and
> contract writting and other engineering office related matters. I guess
> design is
> maybe 40% to 50% of time spent. The rest is legal and money related issues.
> 
> I remember attending a seminar given in 89 that was related to this subject.
> "Seminar on The Structural Engineer in a Business Environment". It was a
> great start but I guess that was the only one given in the last eight years.
> The entire business environment has changed since our little mini depression
> in CA.
> Just an idea!  :)
> 
I agree that SEAOC should provide more non-technical, business
related support on many avenues, but, based on the various threads
lately, I don't think board members read this stuff.