NJ Supreme Court to Consider Law Firm Website Misrepresentation Case

The N.J. Supreme Court may sanction an attorney who asked his cousin to revise his firm’s website. The lawyer learned later that the relative had used the New Jersey Board of Attorney Certification seal to liven up the site, although none of his firm’s members was certified at the time.

N.J. Lawyer Faces Discipline for False Claim on Website

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