The Florida Supreme Court has shot down many of the Florida Bar’s most sweeping and controversial proposals to further restrict lawyer advertising.

In its long-awaited decision, the court on Dec. 17 ruled that lawyers cannot be prohibited from using trade names for their firms, such as the Ticket Clinic or AmeriLaw. The Bar had contended such trade names confuse the public and are misleading.

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