As amended through September 26, 2023
Rule 207 - Mandatory Disclosure of Professional Liability Insurance(a)Certification. An attorney registered under Rule 206 as an active attorney must certify as part of the attorney's annual registration whether the attorney is engaged in the private practice of law and, if so, whether the attorney maintains professional liability insurance coverage.(b)Notice of Change in Policy. If after certification under subsection (a), the attorney's insurance policy lapses, is no longer in effect, or terminates for any reason, the attorney must provide written notification to the Office of Judicial Administration of the change no later than 30 days after the change occurs.(c)Public Information. The information submitted under this rule will be made available to the public in a manner designated by the Supreme Court. (d)Failure to Comply; Supplying False Information. Any attorney registered under Rule 206 as an active attorney who fails to comply with this rule may be suspended from the practice of law. An attorney who submits false information in response to this rule is subject to discipline.
Kan. R. Rel. Disc. Att. 207Effective 1/8/1979, prior Rules 207 and 208 became Rules 206 and 207, respectively; effective 3/1/1988, Rules 206 and 207 were amended and combined as current Rule 207; Am. effective 1/1/2021.