Blog Archives

Understanding the Statute of Repose

Architects and other design professionals carry risk related to claims on past projects where they have completed all of their work. Statutes of repose and statutes of limitations provide definite ends to risk of potential claims being filed on projects.

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Amalie ElFallah, Assoc. AIA Receives Fulbright Award

AIAPV member Amalie ElFallah (B.S. Architecture ’18) has been awarded the Fulbright U.S. Student Program’s two-year Laurea Magistrale in Architecture and Urban Design at the Politecnico di Milano in Italy. Congratulations Amalie!

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Madlen Simon Promoted to Full Professor of Architecture

Madlen Simon, AIA has been promoted to full professor by the University of Maryland’s Architecture Program. Congratulations Mady!

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Reappoint Casey Anderson to the Planning Board!

Montgomery County member William Kirwan appeals to Chapter membership to show support for Casey Anderson’s reappointment as Planning Board Chair.

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Protecting Your Designs: Using Legends and Title Blocks to Protect Your Work Product

This article briefly addresses the importance of including legends, title blocks, and other copyright management information on design documents and the potential liability for replicating such design documents without including those markings.

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