(1) The licensee adheres to professional
rather than commercial standards when making known their availability for
professional services. The licensee may provide information that accurately
informs the public of the professional services, expertise, and techniques
conduct includes, but is not limited to:
intentionally misrepresenting the licensee's professional competence,
education, training, and experience, or knowingly failing to correct any
misrepresentations provided by others;
(b)using as a credential an academic degree
in a manner which is intentionally misleading or deceiving to the
(c) intentionally providing
information that contains false, inaccurate, misleading, partial,
out-of-context, or otherwise deceptive statements about the licensee's
professional services, or knowingly failing to correct inaccurate information
provided by others; and
claims or guarantees which promise more than the licensee can realistically
Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 135-7-.07
Original Rule entitled
"Advertising and Professional Representation" was filed on
Oct. 19, 1987; eff.
Nov. 8, 1987.
Repealed: New Rule, same title, adopted. F.
Feb. 28, 2000; eff.
Mar. 19, 2000.