A Florida divorce attorney has a YouTube ad that’s provocative. And here
is was an ad (removed for reasons I won’t get into) for a company that advocates the use of weblogs as a legal marketing tool. I’m not hoping that this will happen, but I think it’s just a matter of time before a state bar association takes offense. There’s a natural tension between lawyer advertising (e.g. highly regulated) and YouTube (e.g. antithesis of regulation), and that kind of tension often leads to legal conflict.
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