A state Supreme Court justice put Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers in America back in business in New Jersey on Aug. 18 by staying the ethics opinion that prohibited lawyers from advertising their inclusion in the two surveys.

Justice John Wallace Jr. issued the stay at the request of Super Lawyers Magazine’s management and the State Bar Association, after the Committee on Attorney Advertising took no position on the request. The stay puts the panel’s stricture, Opinion 39, on hold while the Supreme Court reviews its merits.

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