Like many of his clients, Bertram Fields has become tabloid fodder: Magazines, TV and newspapers point out nearly every week that the Hollywood litigator is a key target in the ongoing probe of notorious private eye Anthony Pellicano.

But it’s been nearly four years since an FBI raid of Pellicano’s office found evidence of illegal wiretaps, and almost three since Fields admitted he was a target of the investigation.

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