FTC Letters Regarding Lawyer Advertising

FTC Letters Regarding Lawyer Advertising

Alabama

FTC Letter regarding Proposed Revisions to Alabama Rules of Professional Conduct entitled Information About Legal Services (September 30, 2002)

Arizona

FTC Letter regarding Proposed Amendments to Arizona Rules of Professional Conduct (April 17, 1990)

Florida

FTC Letter Regarding The Florida Bar’s Proposed Changes to the Florida Rules of Professional Conduct Regarding Computer-Accessed Communications (March 23, 2007)

Indiana

FTC Letter regarding Proposed Amendments to Indiana Rules of Court Concerning Attorney Advertising (May 11, 2007)

Louisiana

FTC Letter Regarding Proposed Louisiana Rules on Lawyer Advertising and Solicitation (March 14, 2007)

FTC Letter Regarding Proposed Louisiana Rules on Lawyer Advertising and Solicitation (August 10, 2007)

Proposed amendments to Louisiana advertising rules (March 21, 2007)

New Jersey

FTC Letter Regarding New Jersey Proposed Advertising Guideline (March 1, 2006)

New Jersey Proposed Attorney Advertising Guideline 4 – Use of Endorsements or Testimonials from Clients (Dec. 30, 2005)

New Mexico

FTC Letter regarding Proposed Amendments to the New Mexico Code of Professional Conduct (July 29, 1991)

New York

FTC Letter regarding New York Proposed Amendments to Rules Governing Attorney Advertisement (September 14, 2006)

Proposed New York Rule changes (June 14, 2006)

New York State Bar Task Force Report (Approved by NYSBA January 27, 2006)

Ohio

FTC Letter regarding Proposed Amendments to the Ohio Code of Professional Responsibility (November 3, 1989)

Tennessee

FTC letter regarding proposed amendments to the Tennessee Rules of Professional Conduct relating to attorney advertising (January 24, 2013)

Texas

FTC Letter to Professional Ethics Committee for the State Bar of Texas Regarding Online Attorney Matching Programs (May 26, 2006)

Texas Opinion 573 (July 2006) stating requirements for an Internet service to be considered as a permissible advertising or public relations service rather than a prohibited referral service.

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