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Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Fundraising — Advertising: Opinion 12-61

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics Fundraising — Advertising Corrective Actions Opinion 12-61 Background: The inquiring judge asked what actions he should take regarding an advertisement for a fundraising event which had already been held to benefit a local bar ...

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Upstate Farms wins advertising awards

The National Milk Producers Federation recently recognized Upstate Farms, a part of Upstate Niagara Cooperative, for the company’s “Welcome Back to the Farm” campaign with a second place in the Special Projects Advertising category. The revamped Upstate Farms’ website (UpstateFarms.com) ...

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Should lawyers advertise as ‘specialists?’

To stand out from the crowd, lawyers in some states can advertise themselves as “specialists” in a given practice area, but they must be sure to follow state ethics rules. J. Michael Hayes, a sole practitioner in Buffalo, encourages attorneys ...

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COA reverses attorney advertising case

  A Buffalo attorney who has been fighting the state Attorney Grievance Committee for 10 years will be able to include his board certification in advertisements. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled Monday that the enforcement ...

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Google exec pushes privacy concerns

JERUSALEM — Google’s global privacy counsel says he’s surprised by how few people choose to control what ads are steered their way — a tool which the Internet search giant launched, albeit with minimal fanfare, over the past year.

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