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This time in Marty's jurisdiction. See New York courts may keep lawyers from blogging, via Recording Industry vs. The People. [Update:] Also, States Define Law Blogs As Advertising.
posted by Denise Howell |
1. Dennis on September 15, 2006 8:19 PM writes...
Part of the unintentional but continuing quest of bar regulators to invite the FTC to investigate and take over the regulation of lawyers?
The logical next step, of course, is to require lawyers to wear a flashing "ADVERTISEMENT" sign when they talk to anyone who might be a potential client.
Maybe I just don't get it - what's so hard about writing a tailored regulation that addresses the specific "problem" of TV ads?
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