Thanks for your question.she could try here.If they respond that would be your argument that they waived the privilege here regarding any other e-mails that exist.The judge would have to rule on your request if they respond and seek to avoid the subpoena.It is na argument you could make to seek such discovery especially if they are referencing other e-mails.It certainly might be something you decide to try to see what information you can get here from the other party.
At the least they shoudl be struck from the pleading as they are misleading and deceptive in that they do not reflect all conversations but really excepts.
At the least they should be struck from the pleading as they are misleading and deceptive in that they do not reflect all conversations but really only ecerts.
Since they are only partial excerts of conversations you can argue that you are entitled to all of the conversations in e-mail that exist.
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It may certainly be worth a try to see what discovery you can get here.
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