May

    Using AIA's Digital Practice Documents to Manage the Risks of BIM and Digital Data

    1 PM EDT

    Construction lawyers who will be using AIA’s newly-released 2017 Contract Documents will need to have a working understanding of AIA’s 2013 Digital Practice Documents, because the new Contract Documents, including B101-2017 and A101-2017, expressly require use of E203-2013 (the BIM and Digital Data Exhibit), G201-2013 (the Project Digital Data Protocol Form), and G202-2013 (the Project BIM Protocol Form). Michael Bomba and Jeremy Baker will explain how the Digital Practice Documents can help to manage risks posed by the rapidly evolving ways we now transmit, use, and rely on Digital Data. This is an important and timely topic for construction lawyers because the 2007 Contract Documents are being phased out in 2018. Don’t miss this chance to get up to speed on the Digital Practice Documents you’ll need to know in order to use the 2017 Contract Documents!
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    Using AIA's Digital Practice Documents to Manage the Risks of BIM and Digital Data

    Event Details

    Format

    Web

    Date

    May 16, 2018

    2018-05-16T13:00:00-04:00 2018-05-16T14:30:00-04:00 Using AIA's Digital Practice Documents to Manage the Risks of BIM and Digital Data Construction lawyers who will be using AIA’s newly-released 2017 Contract Documents will need to have a working understanding of AIA’s 2013 Digital Practice Documents, because the new Contract Documents, including B101-2017 and A101-2017, expressly require use of E203-2013 (the BIM and Digital Data Exhibit), G201-2013 (the Project Digital Data Protocol Form), and G202-2013 (the Project BIM Protocol Form). Michael Bomba and Jeremy Baker will explain how the Digital Practice Documents can help to manage risks posed by the rapidly evolving ways we now transmit, use, and rely on Digital Data. This is an important and timely topic for construction lawyers because the 2007 Contract Documents are being phased out in 2018. Don’t miss this chance to get up to speed on the Digital Practice Documents you’ll need to know in order to use the 2017 Contract Documents!

    Panelists

    Jeremy Seth Baker

    Michael B Bomba

    Moderators

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