If an American Bar Association commission has its way, lawyers may soonbe able to form partnerships and split fees with everyone fromeconomists to architects.
On the way to potentially creating the one-man-band of the professionalservices industry, much discussion has centered on what would happen tolegal ethics, conflicts and business if Big Law and the Big Fiveaccounting firms merged.
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