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Quote of the Day - This is reading what people put into the public domain, ... If you hire a billboard, and you write what you're saying on the billboard, I don't think it's an invasion of privacy for the FBI driving by to look at the billboard and read it. - John Ashcroft
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Lawyer to Lawyer Internet Radio Deals With "Life is Short Get A Divorce" Billboard In Chicago

Earlier this month, chaos ensued when the all-female law firm, Fetman, Garland & Associates, put up a racy, 20-foot long billboard in a trendy Chicago neighborhood, reading "Life is Short. Get a Divorce."   On Lawyer 2 Lawyer, we discuss this controversial ad and question whether the firm went too far.

We also discuss the fallout and the advertising campaigns effect on the validity of attorneys.  Join me as I discuss this hot topic with the experts:  Larry Bodine, a business development advisor who helps law firms, Tim O'Brien, President/CEO of The Personal Branding Group, Inc. and Jeffery Leving, national litigator and consultant from the Law Offices of Jeffery M. Leving, Ltd. in Chicago. Don't miss it!

Posted by J. Craig Williams on Wednesday, May 16, 2007 at 19:08 Comments (0)


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