A select commission of the American Bar Association spoke last week with a single and authoritative voice in making a revolutionary proposal: The time has come to let lawyers share fees with nonlawyers. The announcement was seen as the most significant step yet toward the time when firms will span law, accounting, and other professions.
Not so fast.
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