On December 26, 2006, the Florida Bar admonished an attorney for sending improper advertisements to prisoners.
David Milo Lamos, a Florida attorney, sent a direct mail advertisement to prisoners. The advertisement contained statements creating “unjustified expectations,” was not marked “advertisement” in red, and included a contract/order form that was not marked “Sample, Do Not Sign” as required.
Finding that Lamos’ conduct violated Florida Bar rules, Lamos was admonished and directed to obtain “pre-publication review and approval of all future advertisements for one year.” See: The Florida Bar v. Lamos, File No. 2006-90, 166 (025).
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The Florida Bar v. Lamos
|Cite||File No. 2006-90, 166 (025)|