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Making Tracks - Railroad Problems and Courtroom Ethics
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Part I: Making Tracks – Railroad Problems. Numerous lawsuits emphasize the problems facing the surveyor who attempts to determine the limits and nature of property rights associated with rail lines. This course focuses on Railroad easements and rights of way with a specific focus on understanding how the courts determine the location and ownership of a rail corridor.  This class includes hands-on problems for the student.

Part II: Ethics, Professionalism and the Courts. This ethics course focuses on professional behavior from the perspective of court decisions. The class includes real-life examples where surveyor’s behavior has been analyzed and critiqued by judges across the country. It also includes relevant segments from local standards of practice and codes of ethics. 

Specifications
Continuing Education 8 PDH
TN Course Approval CER 700/701
Features Benefits
Register two weeks before seminar $25 savings credited at check-out
Registering for the two day seminar package Save even more - $25 for the two day option AND $25 for the early registration!
Group Discount for three or more from the same company Save another 5% at checkout

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