The New Jersey Supreme Court grappled last week with whether lawyer-run mediation centers are subject to naming rules that apply to law firms, even if they profess not to give legal advice.
The court’s Committee on Attorney Advertising held last year that the rules apply to the Alpha Center for Divorce Mediation, because it is run by lawyers and provides a type of legal service, even if its purpose is to provide an alternative to messy litigation.
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