• A report Friday inaccurately described Nevada Supreme Court rules governing lawyer advertisements. The court has repealed an unenforced rule that states there shall be no dramatizations, testimonials or endorsements in lawyer advertisements. It also has rescinded a rule that blocked lawyers from using celebrity voices in their ads. In addition, depictions of lawyers will not be restricted to activities commonly performed by lawyers.

• John L. Smith’s column on Friday incorrectly stated that Clark County had approved Vincent Faraci for key employee status. He has not yet been approved.

• The price on the Taryn Rose Daffodil Crisscross Pumps in Friday’s image section was listed incorrectly. It should be $495.

• In a report Thursday on the death of journalist Paul Finch, The Associated Press gave a wrong birth date. Finch was born Nov. 14, 1931.

The Review-Journal corrects mistakes. Please bring errors to our attention by calling 383-0264.

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