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How TCPA Motions to Dismiss Have Changed Texas Litigation

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The Texas Citizens Participation Act (TCPA) has significantly changed Texas litigation. What types of cases does the TCPA cover? Are there ways a plaintiff can avoid the TCPA? When should a defendant file a TCPA motion? How should the plaintiff respond? A panel of trial and appellate litigators address these and other legal and practical issues raised by TCPA motions.
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1. How TCPA Motions to Dismiss Have Changed Texas Litigation (Mar 2019)

Zach Wolfe, Kimberly A. Chojnacki, April L. Farris

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How TCPA Motions to Dismiss Have Changed Texas Litigation (Mar 2019)

The Texas Citizens Participation Act (TCPA) has significantly changed Texas litigation. What types of cases does the TCPA cover? Are there ways a plaintiff can avoid the TCPA? When should a defendant file a TCPA motion? How should the plaintiff respond? A panel of trial and appellate litigators address these and other legal and practical issues raised by TCPA motions. 

Originally presented at: Mar 2019 How TCPA Motions to Dismiss Have Changed Texas Litigation

Zach Wolfe, Fleckman & McGlynn, PLLC - Houston, TX
Kimberly A. Chojnacki, Baker Donelson - Houston, TX
April L. Farris, Yetter Coleman LLP - Houston, TX