This proposed opinion out for public comment takes a very practical approach for attorneys on how to deal with third party websites that describe attorneys, their clients and their practices. Important points are included on using disclaimers on testimonials from clients and correcting inaccurate information posted by others about the attorney. The draft opinion also discusses claiming a profile on a third party website by exercising control over the profile, which triggers the lawyer’s ethical obligations, as well as a lawyer’s abandonment of a profile on a third party website. Whether the recommended approaches are practical in the digital world is one issue that may be evaluated further via the public comment process as this proposed ethics opinion moves forward. Many third-party websites may not facilitate the recommended actions.