One of the largest carriers of lawyers’ professional liability insurance has set out guidelines for law firms that want to get into the business of blogging, without hurting their insurability.

In brief, it’s fine to post bulletins on Web logs but not to answer questions that could be construed as seeking advice, the Chubb Group of Insurance Companies said in an April 4 statement.

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