The Philadelphia Bar Association became the first state or local bar association in the nation to ratify pro-multidisciplinary practice legislation yesterday when its board of governors approved a proposal that allows for MDPs as long as the entity in question is at least 51 percent lawyer-owned.

The 16-8 vote came after a brief but engaging debate by Philadelphia firms on the subject, which featured a request to table the resolution.

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