Special Recorded Webinar with The Attorneys

Bryan Reynolds speaks with “The Attorneys” Craig Capilla and Peter Christensen for a special edition training webinar on reducing your liability and the risk of legal claims.

Webinar Description

Bryan Reynolds and “The Attorneys” sit down for a special edition training webinar on reducing your liability and the risk of legal claims.

“The Attorneys” – Craig Capilla and Peter Christensen – have extensive experience representing the interests of individual appraisers in licensing and liability claims.

Bryan, Craig and Peter review actual cases brought against appraisers and teach you how to avoid such claims. You’ll be able to ask questions directly and these experts will help get your questions answered.

2 HOURS

$29.95

Registered attendees will also receive:

– a recorded copy of the webinar and all presentation materials
– a discount on Peter Christensen’s new CE course, Appraiser Liability 101
– attorney-recommended language to use in your appraisal reports
– 1-on-1 support and Q&A during the live event and via email

If you have any questions about this training webinar, please contact our Education Director, Ben Maxwell, at ben@storyboardemp.com or by phone at (615) 988-6830

*This training webinar is not approved for CE credit. It’s just great information and training created to make you better at your job.

Webinar Host

Bryan Reynolds

Bryan S. Reynolds, CDEI™ is a KY/TN Certified General Real Property Appraiser, a registered agent with the TN State Board of Equalization and an AQB Certified USPAP Instructor. He has testified and appeared in various courts, planning and zoning boards as both an expert and as an agent making valuation arguments before local and state hearing officials and Administrated Law Judges. Reynolds is the owner of Bryan S. Reynolds & Associates, Reynolds Appraisal Service and a partner in Appraiser eLearning, www.appraiserelearning.com. He provides residential and commercial valuation services throughout the region and various educational offerings, mentoring, consulting and litigation support services throughout the country as well as being available for lectures and is well known for his Think Outside the “Check” Box approach.


AQB Certified USPAP Instructor
Certified General Real Property Appraiser
Consultant
Litigation Valuation Expert
FHA Lender Selection Roster Appraiser
Expert Witness

Webinar Guest

Peter Christensen

Peter maintains a legal practice focused on assisting clients with legal and regulatory matters concerning real estate valuation and litigation. His clients include appraisers and valuation firms, as well as technology companies and investors. He formerly served as the general counsel of LIA Administrators & Insurance Services, which provides professional liability insurance to more than 15,000 individual real estate appraisers and firms.

His law practice is focused on legal and regulatory issues concerning real estate valuation, appraisal and valuation firms, appraisal management companies and insurance coverage.

Peter’s book, Risk Management for Real Estate Appraisers and Appraisal Firms, was published by the Appraisal Institute in August 2019. He has also published more than 50 articles relating to appraisal legal issues, many appearing in the Appraisal Institute’s Valuation magazine, and has presented hundreds of seminars to appraisers and appraisal/valuation firms.

Webinar Guest

Craig Capilla

An attorney with the Franklin Law Group in Northfield, Illinois, focusing his practice on representing appraisers and other professionals in state and federal lawsuits against as well as before various licensing bodies.

Previously a prosecutor for the Real Estate Division of Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation(IDFPR), Craig has the unique perspective of having been on both sides of litigating appraisal matters, drafting statutes and rules that impact the profession, and working directly with appraisers to minimize the risk of running into trouble.

He has taught seminars on the appraisal practice and limiting liability for licensed professionals, and has frequently been a featured speaker at appraisal organization conferences throughout the Midwest, both as an IDFPR prosecutor, and again since he returned to private practice.