NJ: Non-Legal Companies Offering Legal Services to Customers Engage in Unauthorized Practice; Lawyers Providing Legal Services to Company’s Customers Violate RPCs – Joint UPL/ACPE Opinion – UPL Opinion 58/ACPE Opinion 740 –

Source: OTHERWISE: NJ: Non-Legal Companies Offering Legal Services to Customers Engage in Unauthorized Practice; Lawyers Providing Legal Services to Company’s Customers Violate RPCs – Joint UPL/ACPE Opinion – UPL Opinion 58/ACPE Opinion 740 –

Two Committees of the New Jersey Supreme Court have barred a non-lawyer owned company that “matches” clients to lawyers who will represent them regarding traffic violations. The Advertising Committee itself has disciplinary authority and the Advisory Committee on Professional Ethics published opinions compel compliance by any attorney practicing in the state, subject only to discretionary review by the Court itself. – GWC

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