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Arizona lawyers may not ethically participate in an Internet service that sends legal questions from individuals to lawyers based upon the subject matter of the question

Source | 2017-06-26T18:42:09+00:00 Jul 16th, 1999|Categories: LegalEthics, Post|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Arizona lawyers may not ethically participate in an Internet service that sends legal questions from individuals to attorneys based upon the subject matter of the question. The opinion also notes that lawyers can not pay a fee for such referrals or give the service a portion of the legal fees earned from the referral See Arizona Opinion 1999-06(June 1999). A for-profit law firm domain name should not use the top level domain suffix “.org” nor should it use a domain name that implies that the law firm is affiliated with a particular non-profit organization or governmental entity.