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No Internet Exceptionalism for Second Circuit in Attorney Advertising Ethics Ruling
By David Badertscher, PLL
Source: Lexology, March 31, 2010. No "internet exceptionalism" for the Second Circuit in attorney advertising ethics ruling " 'Internet exceptionalism' is the notion that the Internet is a special and unique communications medium to which special rules should apply". Proskauer Rose LLP
Full post as published by New York Supreme Court Criminal Term Library on March 31, 2010 ( boomark
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