The Delaware Court of Chancery, in Carlos Eduardo Lorefice Lynch, et al. v. R. Angel Gonzalez Gonzalez, et al. [Grupo Belleville], C.A. No. 2019-0356-MTZ, letter op. (Del. Ch. Nov. 18, 2019), found a party who exchanged personal communications using email on a company server located in another country would not have an expectation of privacy for purposes of privilege, privilege was sustained where the law of that country provided a basis to expect privacy.

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