A new rule being considered by the state of New York would make legal blogs subject to rules on advertising. Of interest to attorneys nationwide, “[t]he proposal, by a committee created by the state’s Administrative Board of Courts, also suggests that the state code of professional responsibility extend court jurisdiction to out-of-state legal advertising that appears in New York.” Legal bloggers may want to watch what happens in New York. Click here to read more from the ABA Journal eReport.
N.Y. proposal would designate legal blogs as advertising.
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