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Jimerson Birr, P.A. Commended by National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA) in Letter to Florida Governor Rick Scott

September 8, 2017 Press Room

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Dear Governor Scott,

Jimerson & Cobb, P.A., is to be commended for its commitment to protecting the health, safety and welfare of the citizens in your state.
Recently, the National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA) held our 55th Annual Conference in Denver,
Colorado. This annual educational conference for state regulators from across the Country helped board members, staff, and representatives identify emerging problems and solutions in contractor regulation.

This year’s educational program included presentations on these (and other) critical issues:

  • Renovation Realities: A Disciplinary Cose Study
  • Bridging the Gap on Contractor Safety and Education
  • How to Get the Prosecutor Interested in Filing a Case
  • The ABC’s of Regulatory Law – What every Agency, Board Member and Staff Should Know
  • Effective Strategies to Combat the Underground Economy
  • Mobility & Portability: A Panel Discussion of Models Implemented and Contemplated by Other Associations of Regulatory Boards
  • Trade Associations’ Safety and Skilled Craft Training Initiatives
  • Development of Specialty License Programs
  • NASCLA Report of States – Hot Topics in the Industry
  • Top Recent Regulatory Cases: How Administrative Actions Affect Regulatory Boards in an Era of Heightened Political and Legal Scrutiny

Mr. Christopher Cobb,

Many of our attendees take personal vacation, pay for their own expenses and all volunteer their time away from other professional duties to advance their regulatory skills. Resources are stretched tight in every jurisdiction, but NASCLA State Members are committed to generously sharing their time and ideas. By their active participation, they demonstrate their willingness to address tough issues candidly and creatively.

The networking and problem-solving that occurs at this annual conference guarantees your board access to cost-saving ideas, advance warning about new challenges and opportunities to pool resources with other boards.

Simply put, participants at NASCLA’s non-profit educational meetings serve in order to upgrade the quality of the contractor regulatory industry and public protection. It is my distinct pleasure to bring your board’s dedication and achievements to your personal attention. Please feel free to contact me if you would like further information about the National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies.

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