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Sheryl Schelin

"I rarely, if ever, accept a client directly. I do not solicit cases from debtors directly"

I'm sorry - am I missing something? So what if you do accept direct clients? So what if your blog is aimed at debtors? Is it truly this Defendant's assertion that debtor attorneys are subject to greater restrictions on their First Amendment rights to advertise?

I maintain two practice blogs - one of which is geared towards my bankruptcy and consumer law practice. Lots of debtor attorneys do likewise. This assertion makes no sense to me. But I guess that was part of your point. I guess mine is that it shouldn't matter whether your business is referral-based or not.

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