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Greg Fylak

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University Consulting Engineers LLC

HQ Phone:  (302) 731-3160

Email: g***@***.com

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University Consulting Engineers LLC

560 Peoples Plaza Suite 240

Newark, Delaware,19702

United States

Company Description

UCE provides expert witnesses and engineers who are dedicated, highly qualified and educated in their field of expertise. Whether you need an Accident Reconstruction, Boat Accident Reconstruction, Biomechanical Engineer, Premises Liability Expert, Fire Risk An... more

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Gregory M. Fylak
Phone: 302-731-3160 Fax: 302-322-4065


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Greg Fylak, president of University Consulting Engineers, with his case files from the dispute over his company's name. THE NEWS JOURNAL JENNIFER CORBETT
What's in a name? Sometimes trouble When Greg Fylak started his business four years ago, he figured its name ought to convey as... - 11:03 pm


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Greg Fylak, president of University Consulting Engineers, with his case files from the dispute over his company's name. THE NEWS JOURNAL JENNIFER CORBETT
What's in a name? Sometimes trouble When Greg Fylak started his business four years ago, he figured its name ought to convey as... - 11:03 pm Greg Fylak, president of University Consulting Engineers, with his case files from the dispute over his company's name. Greg Fylak, president of University Consulting Engineers, with his case files from the dispute over his company's name. / THE NEWS JOURNAL JENNIFER CORBETT When Greg Fylak started his business four years ago, he figured its name ought to convey as directly as possible the fact that he helps law firms and insurance companies locate engineering experts to testify in liability lawsuits. "University Consulting Engineers" ought to attract some attention, he thought. To his dismay, he was right. For the past year and a half, his firm's name has pulled him into an ongoing legal battle with the professional association that regulates engineers and engineering firms in Delaware, one that now seems certain to end up in the state's Superior Court and which Fylak believes may ultimately force him to relocate out of the state. That's where the logic of the state's efforts eludes Fylak and his supporters. There have been no public complaints about the name being misleading, he says, and his business does not do any actual engineering or even do business with the general public. When a law firm or insurer needs an expert in, say, slip-and-fall injuries, Fylak -- who is not an engineer -- helps locate and retain the appropriate witnesses. The association's governing council is simply trying to help Fylak bring his company into compliance with the law, said its executive director, Peggy Abshagen. The association and the state's attorneys argue that because Fylak does business with law firms and insurers, he is dealing with the "general public. The existence of a company website is also viewed as proof that his services are offered "to the public." "I think it is illogical, it's shortsighted, and they're clearly stepping outside their roles and responsibilities," said Kleinschmidt, whose organization's Emerging Enterprise Center provides workspace for Fylak at reduced rent. Fylak believes that the expense and confusion of changing the company's name would be potentially damaging to the company's vitality. Since he neither provides engineering services or practices engineering in a strict sense, it mystifies him that the state would demand that his firm be certified in the same way as one that directly employs engineers. "It seems like a lot of this is driven by a personal vendetta," said Fylak, who has about $25,000 to $30,000 of his savings sunk into the business. "Here's an association trying to put me out of business ... using my own taxpayer money. When Greg Fylak started his business four years ago, he figured its name ought to convey as directly as possible the fact that he helps law firms and insurance companies locate engineering experts to


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