New York’s Academy of Trial Lawyers says the proposed tough new rules on attorney advertising are welcome and overdue. In fact, the 500-member group contends, if anything they do not go far enough.

“We need to take back the profession and restore some dignity so people respect and understand the causes that we stand for and realize that they are legitimate, appropriate and meritorious,” said the group’s president, Robert E. Lahm of Syracuse.

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