Has Ernst & Young, the accounting giant, figured out how to get into the lawfirm business?
The Big Five accounting firms have already emerged as powerful competitorsto law firms for tax clients. Yet the incursion has been contained by thebar’s ethics rules and state laws that prohibit nonattorneys from owning orcontrolling law firms.
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