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10-2417 Wilson v. O’Brien

Civil Procedure Interlocutory appeals; privilege Where a non-party complies with an order to disclose, despite his claim of privilege, an interlocutory appeal from the order is moot. "From Nims's perspective, this matter is moot. He complied with the district judge's order. The privilege (if there is one) belongs to Wilson, not to Nims, who interviewed the mental patient ...

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