Bar associations operating referral programs don’t violate ethical rules by charging lawyers referral fees, an Illinois appellate court has ruled.
Ever since the American Bar Association’s model ethics rules seemed to authorize the practice in 1983, bar groups across the country have been paying for their referral programs partly through such split fees.
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