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Asked on: 10/24/08, 8:12 pm


I am in litigation/mediation with an individual, he is represented by counsel and I as well. the problem is this: initially before we retained counsel the other individual would send threatening emails to my wife, not me. stating he was going to sue us if we didn't respond to him in certain time frame. His barrage of emails were daily for a few weeks. My wife response was to acknowledge his emails and let him know we would get back with him. He would not wait and hit her with more threatening emails of taking to court and citing wrong (as we later found out) law. eventually he retained an attorney and so did as well. while working with his attorney he sent out privileged communication that was directed to my attorney from his attorney to my business clients. Some of my business clients then relayed to me they would not continue to do business with me until the matter was settled. so I have been damaged because of lost or potential lost business. now today he sends another rather threatening email to my wife (bcc) addressed to my attorney and his attorney. Again threatening to sue if we now don't respond to him even though as far as we know he still has an attorney and we as well. My attorney is a nice guy but at this juncture I am

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