Advertising—The action of drawing the public's attention to something to promote its sale.
Conflicts of Interest—A real or seeming incompatibility between the interests of two of a lawyer's clients, such that the lawyer is disqualified from representing both clients if the dual representation adversely affects either client or if the clients do not consent.
Solicitation—An attempt or effort to gain business.
Trust Account—A bank account, usually interest-bearing, in which a lawyer deposits money belonging to a client (e.g., money received from a client's debtor, from the settlement of a client's case, or from the client for later use in a business transaction).
† All definitions come from Black’s Law Dictionary