by PeterK

Lawyers may use .org suffix in domain name.

April 24, 2013 in Advertising, Arizona, Domain Names, Internet Use by PeterK

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).

Jones Day: Linking to Our Site is Trademark Infringement

September 16, 2008 in Advertising, Blogs, Domain Names, Intellectual Property, Internet Use, Privacy, Websites by David Hricik

There’s an article here.  Oh, and here.  Oh, and this one. There’s a webpage, blockshopper.com that tracks who buys what property and for how much in certain upscale neighborhoods.  Some
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by PeterK

Lawyers must use Interent domain names that are not misleading

March 4, 2006 in Advertising, Domain Names, North Carolina, Websites by PeterK

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
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by PeterK

Law firms may use a different form of its Internet domain name provided the name selected is not false or misleading

July 15, 2005 in Advertising, Domain Names, New Jersey, Websites by PeterK

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).

by PeterK

South Carolina lawyers may use descriptive domain names

August 4, 2004 in Advertising, Domain Names, South Carolina, Websites by PeterK

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 04-06  (June 18, 2004).

by PeterK

Lawyers must use domain names that are not false or misleading

April 8, 2004 in Advertising, Domain Names, New York, Websites by PeterK

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
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Hawaii lawyer websites constitute advertising

May 3, 2001 in Advertising, Domain Names, E-mail, Hawaii, Websites by PeterK

Communications concerning a lawyer’s services on a web site are advertising.  See Formal Opinion 41. (April 26, 2001).  As such, these communications are subject to HRPC 7.1 (communication cannot be
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Law firm domain names may not be false or misleading

March 25, 2001 in Advertising, Arizona, Domain Names, Websites by PeterK

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
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