Have you claimed your profile? Was it correctly displayed in AVVO? Did you get the rating you think you deserved? What can you really do about that nasty review? We will attempt to work through this quandary for Georgia lawyers. As other jurisdictions have opined in various ways about the proper use and peril of… Continue reading AVVO-type Services and the Georgia Lawyer
Top Things for 2015 – That You Might Have Missed in 2014
Start 2015 with a review of all of your advertising materials to make sure that they are in compliance with the revised Rule 7.2 which became effective in March 2014. The most common problem we’ve seen is the failure to include the lawyer or firm’s address in advertising. Please be aware that the requirements of… Continue reading Top Things for 2015 – That You Might Have Missed in 2014
Listen Up! – Important Change to Advertising Rules
Did you realize that your advertising/marketing materials that were in compliance with the Rules of Professional Conduct on March 20, 2014, may have violated the rules as of March 21st? No? Then please take a little time to review the amended Rule 7.2 which was approved in an order issued by the Georgia Supreme Court… Continue reading Listen Up! – Important Change to Advertising Rules
What’s In a Name?
For a law firm or solo practice, much is in a name: reputation, marketing, and ethical perils. Ethical perils in a name? Yes. Firm and practice names must comply with Rule 7.5 of the Rules of Professional Conduct. Names must also comply with Rule 7.1 which prohibits any misleading or deceptive communication. What is this… Continue reading What’s In a Name?