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ad rules compliance

Deciphering the State Bar of Texas Advertising Rules with Gene Major

For more than 20 years, the State Bar of Texas advertising rules have governed lawyer advertising, including print and electronic ads, websites, brochures and practically any communication about a lawyer’s legal services that reaches the public. Despite two decades of regulation, Texas lawyers and law firms still have questions about exactly what is and isn’t allowed, and the potential impact for violations.

That lack of familiarity can lead to a firm or an individual lawyer having their ad, website, etc., labeled as “noncompliant” by the State Bar of Texas Advertising Review Department, which reviews lawyer advertising for violations under the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct. Those who fail to remedy noncompliant communications may be the subject of an official complaint filed with the Bar’s Chief Disciplinary Counsel.

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ad rules compliance

Making Sure Your Website is Compliant with State Bar of Texas Ad Rules

Making sure your website is compliant with the State Bar of Texas ad rules is just one of the many responsibilities for Texas lawyers and law firms who are launching a new site or updating an existing site.

The Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct include many regulations that cover exactly what can and cannot be included on legal websites. Unfortunately, many sites are launched in a rush with no consideration for the implications of having a noncompliant site.

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Creating a law firm newsletter

7 Steps to Creating a Law Firm Newsletter Clients Look Forward to Reading

Law firm newsletters are an inexpensive and effective way to stay in touch with your firm’s clients and professional network. When done well, a newsletter can also boost a firm’s credibility among other important audiences, including general counsel and others who make outside counsel hiring decisions.

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