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Who is liable? Review pertinent industry case studies that relate to incidents associated with event liability. Review basic governing laws and best practices to aid your fair in the prevention of liable lawsuits.Jim Tucker is the past President and CEO of the International Association of Fairs and Expositions and currently serves as IAFE Legal counsel.Tucker received a Bachelors in Agricultural Economics in 1970 and a law degree in 1973 from the University of Missouri. Following graduation, he practiced law in Columbia, Missouri and held a teaching position with the University of Missouri Department of Agricultural Economics. In 1974, Jim returned to the home farm and established a law firm in Springfield, Missouri, where he practiced, primarily as a trial lawyer until 2000. He has published numerous articles on law topics including agricultural law.
In January 2001, Tucker assumed the role of President and C.E.O. of the IAFE, a former client. He is a founding member of the alliance among the International Festival and Events Association, the International Association of Venue Managers, the IAFE, the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions, and the Outdoor Amusement Business Association.
The only time when the courses are limited to IFM enrollees only - no one else, except Institute Graduates, can attend this meeting.
It is intensive training and networking time. Important note: you MUST plan to attend at least two Summits as certain courses are offered only in this setting! The location changes each year and typically it is scheduled for some time in the first quarter of the year, but it has been held in 3rd quarter upon occasion.
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