Another year, another American Bar Association meeting. There are resolutions to be resolved, awards to be bestowed, chicken dinners to be ingested.

But this year promises to have extra spice. As the ABA assembles in Atlanta Aug. 5-11, the profession is still poring over a recent ABA report on a subject of potential broad implications for lawyers of every stripe – from small-town solo practitioners to big-firm attorneys.

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