The state Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments in a case raising the issue of whether attorney-client privilege protects clients’ identities, or general descriptions of legal services they’ve received, from being made public.

In October, the Commonwealth Court had ordered the state Senate to divulge records related to employees who have retained outside counsel, including former Senate Minority Leader Robert J. Mellow, D-Lackawanna.

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