Don’t be fooled! What does it mean to be a Law “Group” with a “Team” of attorneys?

According to the Florida Bar, a sole practitioner may not use the term “and Associates” as part of the firm name, because it is misleading where the law firm employs no associates in violation of Rule 4-7.13. See Fla. Bar v. Fetterman, 439 So. 2d 835 (Fla. 1983). Similarly, a sole practitioner’s use of “group” or “team” along with “managing partner” implies that more than one lawyer is employed in the advertised firm and is therefore misleading.
At St. Johns Law “Group” you get exactly what the name implies, a group of attorneys.