The Florida Bar is dropping some of its strict attorney advertising regulations following a third court ruling issued in lawsuits challenging its mandates.
In the latest decision, a federal judge ruled Florida law firms may not advertise case results unless they are “objectively verifiable,” but they may claim a legal specialization or expertise even if they aren’t board certified in a specific practice area.
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