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Iowa lawyers may not link to and participate in an online referral service that provides consumers with a way to find attorneys by specialty and locale and publishes a wealth [...]
Iowa lawyers mayÂ be listed on a third party website as a lawyer who provides residential real estate services for "for sale by owner" buyers and sellers. Iowa Opinion This [...]
The Iowa Supreme Court Board of Professional Ethics and Conduct issued Opinion 02-05, revising the intepretation regarding lawyer participation in Lawinfo.com's website.Â (September 18, 2002). Compare Opinion 01-10.
Iowa lawyers may not participate in an "ask the expert" website as The designation "expert" is not permitted by the Iowa Code of Professional Responsibility. Iowa Bar Opinion 02-04 (September [...]
Iowa lawyers should not permit their name or their law firm name to be listed as a “premier business” on third party website
Iowa lawyers should not permit their name or their law firm name to be listed as a "premier business" in the QwestDex.com internet directory. Opinion 01-05 (March 7, 2002).
The Iowa Supreme Court Board of Professional Ethics and Conduct ruled that an Iowa attorney may not link to and participate in an online referral service that provides consumers with [...]
In Opinion 00-01, the Iowa Supreme Court Board of Professional Ethics and Conduct addressed proposed curative language and other questions regarding law firm website advertising materials. (September 6, 2000).
Iowa attorneys may not use Attorney Find, Inc. as it is an improper lawyer referral service. Iowa Opinion 98-24 (June 9, 1999).Â See also Iowa Opinion 97-23.