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Louisiana Ad Rules May Bar Blogging

The ABA Journal is reporting that a new Louisiana lawyer advertising rules will restrict its right to comment on Twitter, Facebook, online bulletin boards and blogs. The Wolfe Law Group filed a federal suit challenging the rule, claiming they would subject each of the firm’s online posts to an evaluation and a $175 fee. [JH]

November 25, 2008 in Lawyer Blogging | Permalink


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