Here, the BSCR is constant and equal for all three approaches, as operational risk is not taken into account when deriving the BSCR (see Equation (5)).
As in the first row of Figure 3, the BSCR and [SCR.
9) Note that operational risk itself is not modeled in the BSCR.
Strikes subtitle establishment of exemption; replaces a member may be exempt to a member who seeks an exemption; removes if eligible under the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar; removes an exemption shall be initiated by filing a statement of eligibility with the BLSE and accomplished upon the member's receipt of confirmation of such eligibility; adds a member must file a BSCR exemption request form; adds staff will review and confirm eligibility with the member within 10 days; and adds if staff recommends denial of the exemption, the member may request BLSE review within 14 days
Within subdivision (b), Notice of delinquency, adds that a member who fails to comply with the BSCR is delinquent as of the first day following the member's reporting date; replaces serve with mail or email; replaces notice with notice of delinquency; replaces noncompliance with noncompliance with the BSCR; and strikes notice shall be effective if in writing and served at the member's record Bar address or last known address, if any.
Changes a member deemed delinquent to a delinquent member; replaces a member may be reinstated upon payment of a reinstatement fee of $150, petition to the executive director, and demonstration of compliance with BSCR to a delinquent member may petition for reinstatement under the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar; replaces if noncompliance has been determined, but reasonable cause exists therefore, the to upon a determination that reasonable cause exists, a; and removes a member who has been delinquent for: (a) 3 years or less may be reinstated by the executive director; (b) 3-5 years may be reinstated only by the board of governors; (c) 5 years or more may be reinstated only by the Florida Board of Bar Examiners.
In accordance with the amended rule, a member must now promptly notify The Florida Bar in writing" when no longer eligible to defer BSCR.
If you have any questions about your BSCR obligations, you may call Florida Bar Legal Specialization Education Department at 850/561-5842.
A-member of The Florida Bar is eligible to defer compliance with the BSCR requirements of rule 6-12.
To accommodate that latter change, the bar requested--and the court accented--a scheduled implementation of the revision whereby all such government lawyers who had benefitted from the deferral as of its [insert Implementation Date] elimination, would still be entitled to defer the Practicing with Professionalism component of the BSCR as long as they continuously remained in government practice.