Florida Bar Advertising Rules:
Welcome to the New Reality
Joseph A. Corsmeier, Esq.
Law Office of Joseph
A. Corsmeier, P.A.
Friday, May 31, 2013
9:00 AM - Registration
9:30 to 11:30 AM -
St. Pete College
244 2nd Ave. N., St.
Advertising and U.S. Constitution Law
Advertising that may not
be prohibited according to USSC
Florida Bar Advertising
Rules Timeline: The Long and Winding Road to Your Door
Introducing The New (and
Improved?) Florida Bar Advertising
4-7.11 Application of
the Rules; 4-7.12 Required Content; 4-7.13 Deceptive and Inherently Misleading
Advertisements; 4-7.14 Potentially Misleading Advertisements; 4-7.15 Unduly
Manipulative or Intrusive Advertisements; 4-7.16 Presumptively Valid Content;
4-7.17 Payment of Advertising and Promotion;
4-7.18 Direct Contact with
Prospective Clients; 4-7.19 Evaluation of Advertisements; 4-7.20 Exemptions from
Filing and Review; 4-7.21 Firm Name and Letterhead;
4-7.22 Lawyer Referral
Services; and New 4-7.23 Lawyer Directory
COST: $50 St.
Pete & Clearwater Bar Members
$40 All Non-Attorney Staff -
Member or Non-Member
2 hrs. CLE Credit (includes 2 hrs. Ethics) approved.
to download a registration form or register on the calendar here.
For more information on the seminar or to be a sponsor
contact the St.
Pete Bar 727-823-7474 or
Parking is available in the SPC Garage, check for availability. Other
options are, the Bay Walk Parking Garage, for a nominal cost, located at 117-2nd
St. N., or the lot across the street from SPC that you may park in for a
park on the street by meter, however quarters are need ($2), and the maximum
amount of allowed time is 2 hours.