In addition to summarizing Delaware Chancery Court and Supreme Court cases on business law matters, this blog also comments on legal ethics and e-discovery matters of interest. In that vein, I bring to your attention The Wall Street Journal’s Law Blog report that New Jersey’s Committee on Attorney Advertising ruled this week that lawyer advertising in a publication called “New Jersey Super Lawyers” violates state rules of professional conduct. Here is the link: Law Blog: New Jersey Says “Super Lawyers” is Super Misleading

UPDATE: I just wrote an article for the upcoming issue of the publication of the  American Inns of Court, The Bencher, that discusses the above-referenced Opinion in greater detail.

UPDATE 2: On August 18, the New Jersey Supreme Court stayed the implementation of the foregoing Committee opinion until it had time to more fully consider the matter. Here is the updated article.