Updated: October 2011
In December 2000, the Supreme Court of Ohio’s Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline issued an opinion that states that lawyer web pages are governed by the state rules of professional conduct. Rule 7.3 of the Ohio Rules of Professional Conduct states, in relevant part: “Unless the recipient of the communication is a person specified in division (a)(1) or (2) of this rule, every written, recorded, or electronic communication from a lawyer soliciting professional employment from a prospective client whom the lawyer reasonably believes to be in need of legal services in a particular matter shall comply with all of the following: (1) Disclose accurately and fully the manner in which the lawyer or law firm became aware of the identity and specific legal need of the addressee; (2) Disclaim or refrain from expressing any predetermined evaluation of the merits of the addressee’s case; (3) Conspicuously include in its text and on the outside envelope, if any, and at the beginning and ending of any recorded or electronic communication the recital – “ADVERTISING MATERIAL” or “ADVERTISEMENT ONLY.”
This web site is not a “solicitation” for The VanNoy Firm. It does not and will not express any predetermined evaluation of the merits of any case brought to the attention of The VanNoy Firm by anyone who visits this website online. The evaluation of a case is very fact-specific and will not be done online. However, anyone interested in meeting with an attorney from The VanNoy Firm may do so by contacting the firm by calling or filling out the contact form on each page of this site.
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