I am going to take a guess here and say that none of you guys have law degrees. However you all have a lot more experience than I do in life and business. I was down at my lawyer's office today to give a deposition. The oposing lawyer asked for the name and contact information from a client who I did a day of work for this winter. The reason for him wanting this is because he wanted to know about the work I did, and some other things... not to place me at a certain place at a certain time. I refused to give the client's number or name to the lawyer. He replied by saying that he would send a paper to me asking for the client's name. Do any of you know if I am obligated to give the client's name out? I'm just asking this out of curiosity. If I do have to give the client's name out, I am going to claim that I lost the bill, and that I do not remember his name. I'm just curious about it though.