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New York PT Advertising
Advertising or soliciting for patronage that is not in the public interest:
Advertising or soliciting not in the public interest shall include, but not be limited to, advertising or soliciting that:
The following shall be deemed appropriate means of informing the public of the availability of professional services:
Testimonials, demonstrations, dramatizations, or other portrayals of professional practice are permissible provided that they otherwise comply with the rules of professional conduct and further provided that the following conditions are satisfied:
All licensees placing advertisements shall maintain, or cause to be maintained, an exact copy of each advertisement, transcript, tape or videotape thereof as appropriate for the medium used, for a period of one year after its last appearance. This copy shall be made available for inspection upon demand of the Education Department.
NYCCR § 29.1