TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Stacey Shrader Joslin on Mar 5, 2013

The Tennessee Association for Justice is supporting a rules change pending before the state Supreme Court that would block lawyers’ television ads that dramatize their stories of success, saying such ads stretch the truth. The court is considering whether to ban the use of models and actors posing as clients in lawyer advertising. Others, however, oppose regulation by the court. The Nashville firm of Bart Durham Injury Law told the Nashville Business Journal that it plans to file a brief opposing the proposed rules, suggesting that the move to block ads like his might be “another different attempt at a grab for market share.”