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Can I (Legally) Use a Drone?
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Can I (Legally) Use a Drone?

That depends. The Federal Aviation Administration offers a compliance path for the... More

NCARB to Work with Architectural Licensing Boards to Discontinue the Use of “Intern”
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NCARB to Work with Architectural Licensing Boards to Discontinue the Use of “Intern”

The organization’s Future Title Task Force recommended restricting regulatory... More

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An Ethical Inquiry, Part III An Ethical Inquiry, Part III

The transactional and the sensory. More

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Lean On Me Lean On Me

The last in a three part series on balancing design and business. More

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Playing Defense Playing Defense

Part two in a three-part series on balancing design and business. More

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Protect Your Work: Online Copyright Advice for Architects Protect Your Work: Online Copyright Advice for Architects

Tips for negotiating the copyright land mines of the online world. More

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Rules of Engagement Rules of Engagement

Part one in a three-part series on balancing design and business. More

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Legal Basics for Architectural Practice

At the AIA 2012 National Convention in Washington, D.C., Charles R. Heuer, FAIA, Esq., presented “Did You Get the Owner’s Manual for Your Practice?” More

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Certified Legal Certified Legal

Spelling out the letter of the law regarding sustainable design. More

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Class-Action Suit Filed Against the USGBC

Suit alleges fraud, deceptive practices, and unfair competition and demands that the USGBC pay $100 million in compensation. More

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