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In the letter part of the brochure we need to have "THIS IS AN ADVERTISMENT FOR LEGAL SERVICES" in all caps and it has to be the largest font on the letter part of the brochure. Below is the information from the state bar. To me it seems that the "disclaimer" must be larger than the law firm address at the top of the letter.
<p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt;">27 NCAC 2
<p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt;">Rule 7.3, Direct Contact with Potential Clients
<p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt;">(c) Targeted Communications. Unless the recipient of the
communication is a person specified in paragraphs (a)(1) or (a)(2), every
written, recorded, or electronic communication from a lawyer soliciting
professional employment from a potential client known to be in need of legal
services in a particular matter shall include the statement, in capital
letters, "THIS IS AN ADVERTISEMENT FOR LEGAL SERVICES" (the
advertising notice), which shall be conspicuous and subject to the following
<p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt;">(1) Written Communications. The advertising notice shall
also be printed at the beginning of the body of the enclosed letter written
communication in a font as large as or larger than any other printing contained
in the letter enclosed written communication.
If more than one color or type of font is used on the enclosed written
communication, then the font of the advertising notice shall match in color,
type, and size the largest and widest of the fonts. Nothing on the envelope or the enclosed
written communication shall be more conspicuous than the advertising notice.
<p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 0in 0in 10pt;">  Paragraph (c) of
this rule requires that all targeted mail solicitations of potential clients
must be mailed in an envelope on which the statement, "This is an
advertisement for legal services," appears in capital letters in a font at
least as large as any other printing on the front or the back of the
envelope. The statement must appear on
the front of the envelope with no other distracting extraneous written
statements other than the name and address of the recipient and the name and
return address of the lawyer or firm. Postcards may not be used for targeted
mail solicitations. No embarrassing personal information about the recipient
may appear on the back of the envelope. The advertising notice must also appear
in the “in reference” or subject box of an electronic communication (email) and
at the beginning of an enclosed letter any paper or electronic communication in
a font that is at least as large as the font used for any other printing in the
letter paper or electronic communication.
On any paper or electronic communication required by this rule to
contain the advertising notice, the notice must be conspicuous and should not
be obscured by other objects or printing or by manipulating fonts. For example, inclusion of a large photograph
or graphic image on the communication may diminish the prominence of the advertising notice. Similarly, a font that is narrow or faint may
render the advertising notice inconspicuous if the fonts used elsewhere in the
communication are chubby or flamboyant.
The font size requirement does not apply to a brochure enclosed with the
letter written communication if the letter written communication contains the
required notice. As explained in 2007 Formal Ethics Opinion 15, the font size
requirement does not apply to an insignia or border used in connection with a
law firm’s name if the insignia or border is used consistently by the firm in
official communications on behalf of the firm. Nevertheless, any such insignia
or border cannot be so large that it detracts from the conspicuousness of the