As between an attorney and client, communications are privileged. Communications between an attorney and the opposing party are generally not privileged since there is no attorney client relationship. An exception would be as relates to communications made in the nature of settlement discussions or negotiations and communications made during a mediation. Each type of communication is subject to a separate "privilege".
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No, the privilege would be between you and your attorney if you had one, from the question you ask, it souunds like you really need one before you lose your case as a result of inexperience!
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Privilege generally applies to communications between a client and attorney or the work product of an attorney. Communications between two attorneys about a case is not privileged unless the subject matter of the communications is highly confidential, privileged or designated attorneys eyes only. It is very difficult to answer your questions without knowing the nature of the email communications.Ask a similar question