LEGAL AND ETHICAL CONCERNS FOR APPRAISERS
Thursday, October 10, 2013, from 1:00pm to 5:00pm
Patricia Dillon, Putnam Art Advisors & Constants, Inc.
Darlene Fairman, Art Law Group, Herrick Feinstein, LLP
Beth Weingast, AAA, Beth G. Weingast Appraisals
Herrick Feinstein, LLP, 2 Park Avenue, New York City
Also available online as a taped archive session
$85 AAA/ISA/ASA/RICS Members
$125 General Admission
It is the same price whether you are attending in person or purchasing the online taped archive session.
PLEASE REGISTER BY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4TH!
Members will earn 4 Continuing Education (CE) credits for attending this program.
Join the Appraisers Association and Herrick Feinstein, LLP for a discussion exploring the challenges confronting today’s appraisers with Patricia Dillon, Putnam Art Advisors & Consultants; Darlene Fairman, Art Law Group, Herrick Feinstein, LLP; and Beth Weingast, AAA, Beth G. Weingast Appraisals. How does an appraiser excel in a competitive profession and avoid making poor choices that can lead to unhappy clients, loss of accreditation, litigation or worse? Among the topics to be addressed are how to recognize and prevent trouble in your paperwork, contracts and reports; Two Hat Syndrome: how a professional problem can become an accreditation problem; What to do if presented with a suspected stolen object, war bounty or cultural object; What are the obligations of an appraiser in due diligence –what is it and how much is enough? Beyond our borders—working on matters that cover the world; and, How USPAP applies to the appraiser in every scenario.
About “Advanced Issues for Appraisers”
Beginning in October, the Appraisers Association of America will offer seminars on advanced issues for appraisers including legal and ethical issues, IRS appraisals, and complex methodology challenges, among others. The new series will launch with “Legal and Ethical Concerns for Appraisers” on Thursday, October 10, 2013, from 1:00pm to 5:00pm, at the law offices of Herrick Feinstein, LLP, at 2 Park Avenue in New York City. We are pleased to report that sessions will be offered in “traditional” format for those attending in person, and “online” as a taped archive session. These seminars will qualify for 4 CE units each, and will continue in January and May of 2014. Organized by Deborah G. Spanierman and Patricia Dillon.
A Note About the Video Version
The online (video) version of "Legal and Ethical Considerations" will be available after the October 10th program. Once the taped content is available, we will contact those of you via email who have signed up for the video version and provide instructions on how to access the online (video) content.
Please click here for a printable (PDF) registration form
Note: All payments and cancellations must be made in advance (by Friday, October 4th). Email confirmations will be sent upon receipt of payment (if you do not receive an email confirmation, please call the Appraisers Association at least a few days prior to the program); registration accepted only with payment. Programs require at least 10 people to run (please keep this in mind when making flight and hotel arrangements).