Florida Bar Adopts New Technology CLE Requirement and Adds CLE Hours

October 6th 2016 | CEU Institute

Effective January 1, 2017, each member shall complete a minimum of 33 credit hours of approved continuing legal education activity every 3 years. Five of the 33 credit hours must be in approved legal ethics, professionalism, bias elimination, substance abuse, or mental illness awareness programs and 3 of the 33 credit hours must be in Read More

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Connecticut’s Implement’s a New Continuing Legal Education Requirement

September 13th 2016 | CEU Institute

Connecticut’s New Minimum Continuing Legal Education Rule On January 1, 2017, Connecticut attorneys will need to comply with the new rules on minimum continuing legal education (MCLE) as established by the judges of the Connecticut Superior Court. The Connecticut Bar Association is prepared to help members comply with these new requirements by: An Overview of Read More

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Alaska Insurance Laws and Regulation Changes

August 3rd 2016 | CEU Institute

Alaska has recently made some changes that impacts their licensees.  This is a brief summary of the changes. The new laws can be found at http://www.legis.state.ak.us/pdf/29/Bills/HB0372Z.pdf Individual Licensee Expiration Dates: Effective 8/20/2016, Alaska will be changing the biennial expiration/renewal dates for all individual license types. All individual licenses will now expire on the last day Read More

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Virginia 2016 Legislative Changes Affecting Licensing

May 25th 2016 | CEU Institute

Effective July 1, 2016, Virginia makes program changes to its continuing education proof of compliance requirements as follows: Agents who have completed all continuing education course or exemption requirements by December 31 (or the next working day thereafter if December 31 falls on a weekend, of the following year) but failed to demonstrate proof of Read More

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Florida Creates a Designated Home State Adjuster License

May 10th 2016 | CEU Institute

Florida is creating a unique Designated Home State (DHS) adjuster (70-20) license and will begin participating in the NIPR DHS initiative in the very near future.  The planned implementation date is set for May12, 2016. Florida has been working closely with many companies/entities with currently licensed Florida non-resident adjusters that are interested in officially designating Florida Read More

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Information Regarding Connecticut License Renewals

March 23rd 2016 | CEU Institute

The DOI will no longer mail renewal notices via U.S. Mail.  Renewals will be emailed starting with the licenses who have May, 2016 expiration dates.  This is in an effort to enhance efficiency, control costs, and improve customer service. Licensees with May expiration dates will be sent their renewal notices and instructions via email on March Read More

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