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Discovery Sharing in Texas: Litigant Confidentiality v. Litigation Costs
Texas courts have long allowed discovery sharing between similar cases. After evaluating both pro- and anti-sharing positions, the article concludes that sharing furthers pretrial efficiency without unduly compromising ...
Texas Court Should Reject Lawsuit Secrecy
The current Texas law allows courts to enter protective orders to keep information secret from the public, but it currently allows this same information to be shared between cases. Corporations such as GM are petitioning ...
Emerging Issues in Texas Dismissal Practice: Pleading Standards and Important Miscellany
This essay addresses the pleading-standard question and other emerging issues in Texas motion-to-dismiss practice. First, there is an examination of emerging questions regarding how Texas dismissal and pleading practices ...