Professor Alberto Bernabe - The University of Illinois-Chicago School of Law
Monday, March 29, 2010
"Virtual office" not good enough in New Jersey
Law.com is reporting today that two court regulatory committees in New Jersey have concluded that "virtual offices" do not satisfy New Jersey's bona fide office rule. This could affect large numbers of New Jersey practitioners, who work from their homes but need someone to take their calls and a conference room to meet clients. The committees concluded that virtual offices violate Rule 1:21-1(a). The Committee's opinion is available here. To read the full story, go here.
Posted by Professor Alberto Bernabe at 3:22 PM
Labels: Ethics opinions, Law firm management
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Post a Comment