Law firms have just been handed a tool from the corporate playbook that marketing consultants predict will greatly enhance their ability to expand and tout their services.

Firms now have the go-ahead to form and own other law firms as subsidiaries, under an opinion issued jointly as Opinion 704 of the New Jersey Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Professional Ethics and Opinion 37 of the Committee on Attorney Advertising.

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