by PeterK

Texas lawyers may not pay a fee to be listed on a privately sponsored internet site

October 6, 2005 in Advertising, Lawyer Independence, Lawyer Referral Services, Solicitation, Texas, Websites by PeterK

Texas lawyers may not pay a fee to be listed on a privately sponsored internet site which obtains information over the internet from potential clients about their legal problems and
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by PeterK

Lawyers can respond to question submitted via Internet website

January 20, 2000 in Advertising, Attorney-client relationship, Confidentiality, Conflicts, Lawyer Independence, Lawyer Referral Services, Ohio, UPL, Websites by PeterK

It is proper for an Ohio lawyer to place an on-line intake form on the law firm’s Internet website that enables web site visitors to e-mail legal questions to the
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by PeterK

Arizona lawyers may not ethically participate in an Internet service that sends legal questions from individuals to lawyers based upon the subject matter of the question

July 16, 1999 in Advertising, Arizona, Lawyer Independence, Lawyer Referral Services, States by PeterK

Arizona lawyers may not ethically participate in an Internet service that sends legal questions from individuals to attorneys based upon the subject matter of the question. The opinion also notes
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