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Lastly, Rogers indicated that the bar association's government relations committee plans to continue monitoring the state's legislature, especially in regard to advertisement of legal notices.
"Periodically, the legislature talks about not requiring legal advertising" in print, Rogers said. "They believe that you should disseminate the information on the Web, but if you only advertise online you disenfranchise people who don't use the Internet."
Rogers said that legal advertising in print-based publications, including those published by the bar association, are critical to informing the public of legal notices.
"We have no objection to Internet publications," Rogers added, "but we don't think it should be exclusive."
Rogers is a shareholder at Salvo Rogers & Elinski in Blue Bell, Pa., where he is the head of the firm's tax and estates department. Rogers, also a certified public accountant, has been practicing for more than 20 years. He is a graduate of Temple University Law School.