Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Judge holds rules re advertising on the internet are invalid

A federal judge has struck down two Louisiana rules of professional conduct that attempted to regulate Internet advertising. The opinion is available here. The court ruled that the state did not provide any evidence that one of the rules was narrowly tailored to directly and materially advance substantial state interests and that it was not clear that the other could apply to internet advertising.

For more on the story go here.

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