Set Ethical Limits on Public Speaking as a Marketing Tool

Ethical Limits on Public Speaking as a Marketing Tool by Chris McDonough

Chris McDonough Esq.
Special Counsel to Foley Griffin LLP

Recently I received an inquiry from an attorney who was scheduled to appear on a radio talk show to discuss matters within his practice area. He asked me if it was permissible to “provide legal information to some callers,” as contemplated by the producers of the show. Specifically, callers facing foreclosure would be able to ask him questions about their legal situation.  

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