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Thursday, February 01, 2007


Lucas A. Ferrara

My, Caroline, you are brave!

While we also share the belief that the New York advertising and solicitation regulations are unconstitutional, we thought it prudent to be in technical compliance with the rules until such time as there is a formal adjudication as to their enforceablity.

With that said, we applaud Public Citizen's efforts on behalf of consumers (and New York attorneys) and have publicly exressed our support in a blog post released earlier today. Readers can access that post at: or, more specifically,


Carolyn Elefant

I've never been a fan of Public Citizen, but their support for NY lawyers here has changed my view. As a New York barred attorney (though I practice mostly in DC), I stand behind the challenges to the rule. You won't find a Scarlet A(dvertising) label on my website until a final resolution is reached.

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