CLE Information: The ABA directly applies for and ordinarily receives CLE credit for ABA programs in AK, AL, AR, AZ, CA, CO, DE, GA, GU, HI, IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MN, MS, MO, MT, NH, NM, NV, NY, NC, ND, OH, OK, OR, PA, PR, SC, TN, TX, UT, VT, VA, VI, WA, WI, and WV. These states sometimes do not approve a program for credit before the program occurs. This course is expected to qualify for 4.0 CLE credit hours in 60-minute states, and 4.5 credit hours in 50-minute states. This transitional program is approved for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys in NY. Attorneys may be eligible to receive CLE credit through reciprocity or attorney self-submission in other states. For more information about CLE accreditation in your state, visit www.americanbar.org/tips or contact Ninah Moore at 312-988-5498 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scholarships are available for this program.
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The 27th annual program on Current Issues in Insurance Regulation features regional and national leaders exploring topical issues of importance to the insurance industry, with opportunities for questions and interaction with the faculty. As in prior programs, we will address up-to-the-minute, cutting edge regulatory issues affecting industry and consumers alike. Among the likely "hot" topics for this year's program are:
- Regulation of the National Flood Insurance Program
- FEMA and unresolved claims from Superstorm Sandy
- Changes in state and federal regulation of Insurance under Trump presidency
- What bills are being pushed by current Congress
- Global solvency and market conduct rules set by other countries' regulators and their impact on US insurers and reinsurers
- Emerging international issues facing global insurers and affecting transnational markets;
- Changes at the NAIC including some recent departures of key insurance commissioners; and
- The always-stimulating "Commissioners' Roundtable," which brings together influential state insurance regulators for a panel showcasing their vantage point on recent and future insurance-law developments