I used this experienced former military JAG attorney to handle my discrimination case. Many times, I would seek his opinion, assuming attorney-client privilege is applicable, to discover that my adversary was fully informed. Perhaps I erred in not stipulating that attorney-client privileges is not waived. I continue to strongly believe that any person formally educated in Law should know when attorney-client privilege is applicable, and that his confidential candid advisement should remain in the same arena. He negotiated an agreement that shortchanged my time to legally act pursuant to Law. When contacted and his aid was sought to enforce the terms of the agreement he negotiated, his response was that I was being unreasonable. Another attorney referred me to Michael G. Kane out of DC and Westfield, NJ. I hired him.