June 5-7, 2019
This page is your stop for all info regarding CLE and CEU credits as well as the CIFI and CIFA testing.
CLE Bar Approvals
2019 - Course Number #1901545N, 16.5 credits up to 9 ethics and 7 technology
Continuing Legal Education (CLE)
Our 2019 FIFEC classes have been approved by The Florida Bar for a total of 16.5 CLE General credits.
With regard to our Ethics classes (400A, 400B, 400C and 810), The Florida Bar has approved those classes for up to 9.0 Ethics credits.
With regard to our Technology classes (140, 210, 260, 310, 350 440, 570, 580, 760 and 770), The Florida Bar has approved those classes for up to 7.0 Technology credits.
Credits for Ethics or Technology cannot be obtained by attending classes at the 2019 FIFEC Annual Conference other than those above-noted, which have been specifically approved by The Florida Bar for Ethics or Technology credits.
The course number assigned to our 2019 conference is 1901545N and the course title is 2019 FIFEC Annual Conference.
All Florida Bar members are individually responsible for reporting their CLE credits online after the conference at www.floridabar.org. This should be done by each attorney attendee immediately after the conference. FIFEC does not report the CLE credits of any attorney to The Florida Bar.
CLE Course Number: 1901545N
CLE Course Title: 2019 FIFEC Annual Conference
CLE Contact: Attorney Lane Neilson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Previous year's CLE Course numbers
2018 - Course Number #1801803N, 16 credits with up to 6 ethics and 6 technology credits available
2017 - Course Number #1702321N, 16 credits - up to 6 ethics and 6 technology
2016 - Course Number #1601811N, 16 credits of which 10 are ethics
2015 - Course Number #1501656N, 16 credits of which 10 are ethics
2014 - Course Number #1401874N, 16 credits of which 6 are Ethics
2013 - Course Number #1301658N
2012 - Course Number # 73182, 17.5 credits of which 6.5 are Ethics
2011 - Course Number # 62171, 17.5 credits of which 6.5 are Ethics
2010 - Course Number #51240, 16 credits of which 4 are Ethics
2019 information coming soon!
CIFI Program Highlights
The Certified Insurance Fraud Investigator program is an accrediting process for individuals with the specialized skills required to detect, investigate and deter insurance fraud. The program has a high standard for admission and testing which includes adherence to IASIU's code of ethics, and a demonstrated competency through mandatory continuing professional education.
Click HERE to visit the IASIU website for more details and application information.
CIFA Program Highlights
The CIFA certification exam will cover all topics that deem the analyst to be well rounded and versed in all aspects of fraud analysis.
Click HERE to visit the IASIU website for more details and application information
Juli Hyde (CEU)
Farmers Insurance, P. O. Box 572, Valrico, FL 33595
Lane Neilson, Esq. (CLE)
Neilson and Associates, P.A., 1332 W. Colonial Dr., Orlando, FL 32804
Gary Swank (CEU)
Nancy Jensen (CIFI/CIFA)
MetLife Auto & Home, P. O. Box 452377, Sunrise, FL 33345
Report Insurance Fraud HERE
Fighting Insurance Fraud through Education and Commitment.