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LawHQ and Thomas Alvord sued the Offices of Chief Disciplinary Counsel in Texas, New York and Nebraska federal courts, claiming their rule that prohibits law firms from advertising using trade names violates the First Amendment and serves no valid purpose.

AUSTIN, Texas — LawHQ and Thomas Alvord brought federal complaints against the Offices of Chief Disciplinary Counsel in Texas, New York and Nebraska, claiming their rule that prohibits law firms from advertising using trade names violates the First Amendment and serves no valid purpose.

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