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Quote of the Day - This is reading what people put into the public domain, ... If you hire a billboard, and you write what you're saying on the billboard, I don't think it's an invasion of privacy for the FBI driving by to look at the billboard and read it. - John Ashcroft
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Lawyer to Lawyer Internet Radio Deals With "Life is Short Get A Divorce" Billboard In Chicago

Earlier this month, chaos ensued when the all-female law firm, Fetman, Garland & Associates, put up a racy, 20-foot long billboard in a trendy Chicago neighborhood, reading "Life is Short. Get a Divorce."   On Lawyer 2 Lawyer, we discuss this controversial ad and question whether the firm went too far.

We also discuss the fallout and the advertising campaigns effect on the validity of attorneys.  Join me as I discuss this hot topic with the experts:  Larry Bodine, a business development advisor who helps law firms, Tim O'Brien, President/CEO of The Personal Branding Group, Inc. and Jeffery Leving, national litigator and consultant from the Law Offices of Jeffery M. Leving, Ltd. in Chicago. Don't miss it!

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