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Wednesday, July 25, 2007

NY lawyer advertising ruling...

Interesting piece about the allowance of Internet pop-ads by NY attorneys.

Not to speak out-of-turn, but how often (if ever) do lawyer regulatory bodies go after lawyers for things like advertising/marketing and firm names...in IL I've never heard of such an example. Anyone? I talk about this because I think so many lawyers are hamstrung with the rules of professional conduct that they don't market well.

I guess where I'm going is differentiating between things like stealing clients money and ignoring a clients case with things like marketing. From my experience the regulatory bodies are responsive to direct complaints from clients but who complains about a lawyer's marketing campaign? I think you may want to push the envelope more in your marketing plan.


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