Just a week before the American Bar Association’s house of delegates is slated to make a recommendation concerning multidisciplinary practice, the Pennsylvania Bar Association has formally made its opposition known.

In a July 27 resolution, the PBA board of governors approved a recommendation from its commission on multidisciplinary practice and related trends affecting the profession, which came down against allowing non-lawyers to share fees with attorneys.

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