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Monday, November 08, 2010

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William Andrew Lewis (KBA Member)

I have a few concerns about this and I wonder if others share them.

The part that grants an exception "provided there is no reference to an offer by the lawyer to render legal services" is too vague. Shouldn't it really say "provided there is no offer to render legal services?"

Also, what exactly is the communication in question here? Is it each comment I make on someone's "wall posting?" Or is my entire profile considered a communication subject to this?

Finis Price

Finally they are addressing such an important issue. It's about time.

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