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Arizona attorneys are discouraged from using Groupon and Internet marketing vouchers to market their practices

Source | 2017-06-26T18:33:58+00:00 May 15th, 2013|Categories: LegalEthics, Post|Tags: , , , , , |

State Bar of Arizona Ethics Opinion 13-01 addressed whether an Internet marketing voucher or coupon sold by a lawyer for legal representation is consistent with the Arizona Rules of Professional [...]

New York City Bar Association Addresses Electronic File Copying and Retention

Source | 2017-06-26T18:37:58+00:00 Aug 27th, 2008|Categories: LegalEthics, Post|Tags: , , , , |

In Formal Opinion 2008-1 (July 2008), the Committee on Professional and Judicial Ethics of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York addressed various issues concerning the [...]

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New Hampshire Adopts Rule Protecting Prospective Clients who Unilaterally Email Law Firms

Source | 2017-06-26T18:37:59+00:00 Feb 20th, 2008|Categories: LegalEthics, Post|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Effective January 1, 2008, New Hampshire adopted a rule that clearly protects persons who, in good faith, e-mail confidential information to a lawyer from having the lawyer use the information [...]

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Lawyers receiving unsolicited e-mails from prospective clients via website must hold information received in confidence

Source | 2017-07-11T11:31:07+00:00 Jun 7th, 2007|Categories: LegalEthics, Post|Tags: , , , , , |

In the absence of an effective disclaimer, a lawyer who receives unsolicited information from a prospective client through an e-mail link on a law firm website must hold the information [...]

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North Carolina opinion addresses ethical concerns raised by an internet-based or virtual law practice and the provision of unbundled legal services

Source | 2017-07-11T11:29:39+00:00 Aug 4th, 2006|Categories: LegalEthics, Post|Tags: , , , , , , |

North Carolina 2005 Formal Ethics Opinion 10 (January 20, 2006) discusses the ethical considerations of a virtual law practice and unbundled legal serivces.

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