With a change of language that may quell some of the controversy surrounding the idea of sanctioning lawyer fee sharing, an American Bar Association committee has renewed its recommendation that its leadership approve the concept of Multidisciplinary Practices.

The four-point draft resolution released last week by the ABA’s Commission on Multidisciplinary Practice (MDP) previews what is promised to be a lengthy report scheduled for release by mid-April.

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