14. Where the executive committee believes that claims in excess of $500,000 may be filed against an advocate, it must suspend the payment of compensations until it has reviewed all claims concerning the advocate. The executive committee must
(1) publish, in a newspaper of the region where the professional domicile of the advocate is or was located, a notice in which the Bar invites any persons to inform the Bar of claims for which a compensation is likely to be paid in accordance with this Regulation; or
(2) draw an inventory of the funds or property entrusted to the advocate and notify in writing the persons likely to file a claim.