NJ Judiciary Approves Attorney Advertising Changes

Law360, New York (August 16, 2013, 9:29 PM ET) -- The New Jersey Supreme Court on Wednesday approved new guidelines for attorneys who advertise their services, requiring them to more clearly indicate that direct mailings are advertisements and allowing for different ways to list contact information other than a street address.

The state’s high court signed off on guidelines amended in March by its Committee on Attorney Advertising, which revised a rule requiring law firms to list their street addresses on all advertising, relaxing the requirement so that an attorney could list a telephone number or...
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