Bad Attorney Advertistements, Part 4

Burt Likko

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  1. Vikram Bath says:

    Hypothesis: They did get some good takes but mislabeled which one they were supposed to go with, and this clunker got through. After all, the first 15 second are good.Report

  2. J@m3z Aitch says:

    What about the producer of this (assuming it wasn’t this lawyer himself). Would he really want his name attached to this?Report

  3. zic says:

    Film editing is your friend.

    You can do it. Using the software on your computer.

    Obviously, this guy does not have a teenager in the house.Report

  4. NewDealer says:

    Has there ever been a good attorney advertisement on TV?

    The best ones are really mediocre or servicable at best. I’m thinking Binder and Binder and Jacoby and Meyers.

    The best attorney ads I see tend to be printed in glossy print magazines like New York as “Superlawyer” supplements or by having nice websites.

    TV ads seem to fall into the local TV ad problem which seems to be an iron rule that all local advertisement is going to be cheesy, corny, and poorly produced even if for a very successful and profitable business.Report

  5. Chris says:

    Now I want Captain D’s.Report