No one can guarantee the judge's decision in this case. It is difficult to overcome an objection based upon the attorney/client privilege
; however, one way in which it can be overcome is if the attorney is a witness and no longer trial counsel. In your case; however, it is not clear that the complete file must be given in order to investigate the attorney's testimony
about a conversation. Your current law firm will interpose an objection on the basis of attorney/client privilege and that privilege still may apply under the facts that you have given. If the privilege is overcome, then balance should be used to allow both sides similar access to privileged information. Good luck.
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