Recently, I was at a dinner party and I was asked about how a fairly high profile divorce (where I represent the wife) was going. I responded with a basic “Well, it’s pretty nasty.” A vague but true answer since there had been several temporary relief hearings (which are public in Minnesota) as well as close to 200 pages of pleadings that had been filed in the case and are public. The person listening to the conversation was shocked, his eyes got big and he said “How can you tell me that? It’s attorney client privilege!?” It wasn’t – I don’t […]

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