AllRegs, an Eagan, Minn.-based education provider for the mortgage lending industry, has added new courses whereby attorneys can receive continuing legal education (CLE) credit. AllRegs will begin to offer CLE course credit for many of its education programs available nationwide.
The Mortgage Fraud Blog Conference 2008, to be held in Miami, Nov. 5-6, has been approved by the Florida Bar Association for 15 general CLE requirement credits, with a maximum of 11.5 credits in business litigation and a maximum of 15 credits in real estate. At the two-day conference, attendees will learn how to develop and effectively present evidence to management, attorneys and law enforcement; watch prosecutors and criminal defense attorneys argue common fraud issues and learn from them; hear about options for recovery of fraud losses and find out what types of recovery actions are most successful; and discover effective arguments on both sides of the repurchase issue.
‘We are excited to begin offering continuing legal education credit to attorneys,’ says Dan Thoms, AllRegs senior vice president. ‘Gaining CLE approval by state entities is continuing proof of the quality training and education programs AllRegs offers. We plan to have many more courses approved in various states in the coming months.’