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The engineers club of omaha...

...was formed in 1924 to create a forum for presentation and discussions of engineering or engineering-related topics. The Club provides a setting for social interaction and networking among the members. Members are from large and small engineering companies, public utilities, government agencies, and retirees of those same groups. Membership and attendance at regularly scheduled and publicized monthly meetings is open to anyone with an interest in the Club's activities. 

Upcoming events

    • 16 Nov 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (CST)
    • Virtual via Zoom & In Person

    Annual Ethics Presentation

    Get your Annual Ethics PDH Requirement!

    Presented by: Brent Meyer, Senior Counsel

    Husch Blackwell

    NOTE! TUESDAY Meeting Date & New Venue!

    This meeting will be In-Person with a Virtual Option

    This meeting will be held at the Scott Conference Center (6450 Pine Street in Aksarben).  Free Parking in Lot 9 across street (Figure included below). Please submit any unique diet requests a week in advance.

    A virtual Zoom Option will also be available.  Virtual meeting log-in information will be sent approximately 2 hours prior to the start of the meeting.


    Mr. Brent A. Meyer, Partner

    Husch Blackwell

    Brent represents government entities, business owners, general contractors, suppliers, and subcontractors in civil disputes and lien claims. He also represents political subdivisions by assisting in a variety of issues including regulatory compliance, contract negotiations, property acquisitions, and condemnation.  He represented various entities and individuals in pre-litigation negotiations, mediation, throughout the litigation process and arbitration. In addition, before joining Husch Blackwell, he assisted with multiple cases before the Georgia Court of Appeals and Supreme Court of Georgia that have resulted in the enforcement of certain limitation of liability clauses for design professionals performing services in the State of Georgia.

    Brent currently works with the Papio-Missouri River NRD and other local government entities, and has overseen contracts for design, construction, land acquisition, and other legal matters related to engineering work.


    Brent will cover various ethical requirements for professional engineers in the State of Nebraska, using the Nebraska Code of Practice as a framework.  The presentation will also discuss case studies, lawsuits and hypotheticals to highlight how the ethical standards arise in engineering practice. While the presentation will touch on lawsuits involving engineers, the focus of the presentation is on ethical standards and how those may be different or similar to the applicable legal standard. And…… there is lunch too!