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Whether he may be able to share the information is largely dependent on whether the information was shared privately and whether there is a duty on him not to disclose.
This means therefore that you would have to consider the capacity within which the information was shared to see whether there should be a reasonable expectation of privacy on your part.
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Unfortunately by virtue of the nature of the relationship between the parties. That is, members of an executive committees, privacy does not usually attach to these communications.
You will find therefore that unless discussions were specifically noted as private and confidential there really is nothing in law that would prevent their disclosure.
Noted. The guidance really is the same. Perhaps speak to the person informally to get an idea of what they intend to discuss. This may allow you to prepare what answers to give. There really is no privilege/expectation of privacy in communications between peers.