Kansas City pharmacist Robert Courtney, accused of selling diluted cancer-fighting drugs to his customers, has been denied bond and will remain behind bars in Kansas City. So far, only one count has been filed against the pharmacist, but prosecutors say they expect more will be filed. Meanwhile, trial lawyers are gearing up to represent those who are considering legal action against Courtney and the pharmacy. They’re being warned by the Missouri Office of Chief Legal Counsel – the state’s governing body for lawyers – that they are only allowed to directly solicit potential clients under strict guidelines. For the most part, direct solicitation is alright with prior clients, friends, and family members. But it is forbidden in most other cases. Attorneys can, however, advertise on radio, television, or in the newspapers.