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Friday, June 5, 2009

NAAS Attorney Advertising Guide

NAAS frowns upon the practice of online advertising by attorneys, and considers the practice to be immoral. Online advertising by attorneys is a red-flag for attorney corruption, and dishonesty. In fact, the greater the online advertising presence then the greater the probabilty the attorney or law firm will be dishonest, and unethical. NAAS DEIA agents have collected information that suggests that attorneys who advertise online are most likely less ethical than their counterparts who do not.

The profession of online attorneys is not much different than used-car salesmen, and the profession of trademark attorneys that adverise online is comparable to the automobile repair industry. As a consumer, client, or potential client, you will face deceit, dishonesty, or incorrect legal advice. for example, consider attorneys or law firms that have purchased an advertising link or sponsored ad on any search engine, including Google, Yahoo, YouTube, or MSN, for the purposes of soliciting business for attorney services. The solicitations range from soliciting business for a trademark application, settling a trademark dispute, or soliting income in exchange for the filing of any document(s) with the U.S. Trademark Office, then your firm may be subject to an NAAS Attorney Review Media report.

NAAS has published a new NAAS media report as part of a collection of NAAS Media reports that relate to a wider media campaign. National Academy of American Scholars (NAAS), its attorneys, investigators, NAAS DEIA agents, are mounting an aggressive multi-media campaign to investigate and prosecute groups and persons who claim or imply affiliation, approval by, and/or accreditation by National Academy of American Scholars (NAAS). The new NAAS media report is aimed at corrupt attorneys, who mistakenly believe, that their professional status is immune from federal laws, and immune from NAAS Media Reports.

If you are an attorney, or employed at a law firm, and you represent a client who is perceived to be violating the intellectual property rights of National Academy of American Scholars, or who is in violation of NAAS EAS/N2 Rules, or you represent a client has chosen to engage National Academy of American Scholars (NAAS) then please be advised that your firm, and each of its employees, process servers, etc., will be subject to NAAS EAS/N2 Rules.

We encourage our readers to read our new report, and report attorney violations to this Publisher. All attorneys who write or communicate to NAAS or any agents, assignees, or affiliates related thereto, and who represent clients other than NAAS, or its agents or affilites, may be subject to an NAAS Attorney Review report.

There is no legal paperwork or document that a U.S. attorney can prepare that will infringe upon or impede the rights guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution. Attorneys that voluntarily choose to engage the sponsor of National Academy of American Scholars, or NAAS products and services, do so knowing that the rules of engagement are NAAS EAS/N2 Rules.

The NAAS.ORG website is based upon and entirely operated pursuant to published NAAS EAS/N2 Rules. We do not operate based upon some imaginary or hastily created rule, procedure, or demand authored by some U.S. attorney that is designed to benefit his/her client(s), or competitors to NAAS products, and services; such demands constitute moral turpitude and may be reported to the prosecuting State Bar.