Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board Regulations § 16. Provider Fees

(a) All providers of CLE activities, including Accredited Continuing Legal Education Providers, shall, as a condition of accreditation, agree to remit a fee for each active lawyer attending the activity.  The fee shall be remitted within thirty (30) days after the activity is held, together with the attendance report required by Section 14.  The amount of the fee shall be fixed annually by the Board.

(b) The Board may impose late charges on providers for failure to meet the requirements of the rules or these regulations.

(c) If a provider shall fail to pay any fee or cost established by the Board when due, upon ten (10) days written notice from the Board to the provider, the Board may suspend or terminate the accreditation of the provider or cancel accreditation of any or all of the provider's CLE activities.

(d) If a provider fails to pay to the Board the provider fees required by the Board, the lawyers who attended these accredited activities and who are seeking credit for such attendance, may, in the discretion of the Board, be required to pay the designated fee before receiving such credit.


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