The topic of the presentation is Design Licensing and How It Could Impact The Design Community. Ed will discuss a general overview on the types of design regulation that has been enacted or proposed throughout the country, the differences between self-certification, title and practice laws, the proposed legislation in Utah and the requirements for licensing and why these laws are a concern.
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Cost: $20/Member $10/Students $30/Non Member
Location: Salt Lake Culinary Center
2233 South 300 East (Just north of SugarHouse Trax Line, building on East side of road)
Salt Lake City, Utah 84115
Bio of Edward S. Nagorsky, Esq.
For over 32 years, Ed Nagorsky has represented the National Kitchen & Bath Association as its key legal advisor on all corporate and major business transactions, governance and member standards matters. Nagorsky, who is a member of the New Jersey, New York and Florida Bar Associations, has served as an Editor of the Seton Hall Law Review and on the Editorial Board of the New Jersey Lawyer Magazine. He has also served as a member of the Supreme Court of New Jersey District 13 Ethics Committee, a member of the Board of the Better Business Bureau of New Jersey, President of the Hackettstown Area Chamber of Commerce and Hackettstown Foundation for Educational Excellence, and Chair of the Warren County Community College Foundation. In addition, for 10 years Ed was an Adjunct Professor of Business Law at Centenary College and has been a guest lecturer for the New Jersey State Bar Association Continuing Legal Education program.
Prior to joining the NKBA on a full-time basis, he was appointed by the Governor of New Jersey as outside General Counsel to the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority during which time he represented the State in all of its contract negotiations with the New Jersey Devils, Nets, Giants and Jets, as well as the Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City and Woman’s World Cup.
Ed is a frequent speaker on behalf of the National Kitchen and Bath Association, both at the Chapter level and its industry trade show, and has testified before numerous state legislative bodies regarding design legislation.