Category Archives: Lawyer websites hidden text

Florida law firm files federal suit challenging constitutionality of The Florida Bar’s 2013 advertising rules, including LinkedIn and “objectively verifiable” requirements

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the recent federal lawsuit which was filed in the U.S. Northern District of Florida by the law firm of Searcy, Denney et al and their named partners challenging … Continue reading

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Florida Bar’s Standing Committee on Advertising issues proposed advisory opinion which cautions lawyers against using “hidden text” or another firm’s name in a website page “metatag”

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the recent draft Proposed Advisory Opinion A-12-1 by the Bar’s Standing Committee on Advertising which cautions lawyers on certain search engine optimization (SEO) tactics for websites, including using … Continue reading

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