Judici.com Advertising Guidelines:
The content provided by individuals and entities (hereinafter "Advertisers") to Judici.com for use in Judici.com advertisements and directory entries (hereinafter the "Advertisement Content") must comply with the following guidelines:
- The Advertisement Content must be truthful, and may not be misleading or deceptive.
- All Advertisement Content must be substantiated by the Advertiser for the entire duration that the Advertisement Content runs on Judici.com.
- The Advertisement Content must be fair.
- Disclosures and disclaimers required by law shall be clear and conspicuous.
- Judici.com reserves the right in it sole discretion to reject any Advertisement Content that does not comply at all times with any and all applicable laws, rules, regulations, and rights of third parties, including, but not limited to, copyright and trademark infringement, and discrimination.
- Judici.com reserves the right to reject Advertisement Content which it considers unacceptable. This includes but is not limited to:
- advertising for products, services or activities which are illegal in the jurisdiction of the court
- advertising for products that negatively affect the health and safety of the public-at-large, such as weapons, tobacco, and alcoholic beverages.
- advertising that contains copy with sexual or other connotations in questionable taste.
- advertising gambling opportunities
- offensive, profane or otherwise or inappropriate language
- defamatory statements
- political advertising, such as that on behalf of a candidate, party or ballot initiative
- advertising for pharmacies
- advertising of bulk marketing service and products, including mass/bulk messaging, unsolicited spam, email lists that are not opt-in
- HTML tags, including but not limited to hyperlinks and font styles
- Any URL/link provided in the Advertisement Content may only link to a website that is under the Advertiser's control and for which the Advertiser assumes full liability and responsibility.
- Advertisers who are licensed to practice law agree to ensure that the Advertisement Content they provide is in keeping with the rules or codes of professional conduct established by the state bar association(s), state supreme court, and any government agency with which the Advertiser is licensed to practice law.