Concerned that many attorneys are cavalierly ignoring the rules on lawyer advertising, the New York State Bar Association on Friday called for court-monitored oversight to provide guidance for lawyers unsure where the proper line lies and to commence disciplinary actions against those who simply do not care.

The association’s House of Delegates adopted a report calling on the Administrative Board of the Courts to create statewide, uniform screening protocols similar to those embraced last year by the Monroe County Bar Association.

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