For-profit Arizona law firms may use the .org domain name suffix as long as the website is otherwise not false or misleading. See Arizona Ethics Op. 11-04 (December 2011).
There’s an article here.Â Oh, and here.Â Oh, and this one. There’s a webpage, blockshopper.com that tracks who buys what property and for how much in certain upscale neighborhoods.Â Some
The URL for a North Carolina law firm website does not have to include words that identify the site as belonging to a law firm provided the URL is not
Law firms may use a different form of its Internet domain name provided the name selected is not false or misleading
Law firms may use a different form of its Internet domain name provided the name selected is not false or misleading. Opinion 32 (180 N.J.L.J. 654, May 23, 2005).
Unless a domain name is false or misleading, South Carolina lawyers may use descriptive domain names for their websites. South Carolina Bar Ethics Advisory Opinion 04-06Â (June 18, 2004).
The Association of the Bar of the City of New York issues an ethics opinion on the ethical rules implicated by a lawyer’s use of a domain name other than
Communications concerning a lawyer’s services on a web site are advertising.Â See Formal Opinion 41. (April 26, 2001).Â As such, these communications are subject to HRPC 7.1 (communication cannot be
A law firm domain name does not have to be identical to the firm’s actual name but it otherwise must comply with the Rules of Professional Conduct including refraining from